How you can make a difference yourself.

Here you will find lots of suggestions, tips and tricks for a “greener”, more sustainable way of living. Take a look, it’s worth it.

Crispy crickets? Or: Is insect food really an option?

“The market for edible insect-based food products is projected to grow rapidly in the next few years and forecasted to produce about 260,000 tonnes by 2030.”* Which will then probably be eaten. Can you imagine? Crickets, mealworms, grasshoppers as alternative protein sources (so-called APQs) to meat and soy? According to a survey by the opinion research institute YouGov last year, 13 percent of people over the age of 18 were open to eating insects, almost as many as those who are open to eating lab-grown meat (14 percent).** In this article, we tell you why this could actually work.

Is everything that claims to be organic actually organic?

If you want to make a difference when grocery shopping - environmental protection, fewer chemicals, more animal welfare, more fairness - you are faced with a dense jungle of seals and certificates. Some of them sound great, but they are not. So here are the organic labels that are really worth their name.

Everything for a good morning

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About shade trees, verbena, and mulch.

By the time we hit the 90 degrees mark this summer, hobby gardeners and balcony flower lovers started asking themselves: Am I still allowed to water? And which plants can really cope best with this heat and dryness? After all, it's really no fun to drink your morning coffee between limp hydrangeas and withered herbs. To make sure that doesn't happen, we've put together some tips and suggestions on plants, how to “educate” them to be more resilient, and on proper watering. And you will learn what all this has to do with our coffee. Reading time: 2 cups of coffee.

What is a good coffee worth?

Added value, market value, substantial value ... “Value”? A term that has had a rather “broad” meaning since the ancient Greeks. Because it is used so often at the moment, we will try to clarify what it means using the example of a cup of coffee.

That little bit of green.

Housing construction, urban consolidation, real estate investments - parks, small and large green spaces hardly stand a chance against this. After all, they have no specific use, no “value” that can be quantified like a property. Or do they? Read more about the value of parks & co. here.