The Nos Pilifs farm, set in a charming part of Brussels, is an adapted work centre with the goal of providing paid, useful and fulfilling work to people with a disability. The farm is involved in green gardening, sustainable food and environmental education for young people.
"Brussels Environment, the regional body dealing with the environment, presents its Good Food strategy for the Brussels region, its goals and key lines of action, as well as a competition for maestros of the veg patch, composting bin and fridge!"
We will present our Food For Life campaign, which proposes sustainable alternatives, community-supported agriculture and the application of circular-economy principles on local organic farms.
Are you interested in protecting urban wildlife? Do you want to make your garden or balcony more biodiverse? Natagora is there to help you by providing information and training through conferences, memo cards, a wild plant exchange, an internet site, examples of natural gardens and so forth.
IEB, an independent association, unites 80 neighborhood committees and groups of neighborhs who are engaged in improving the quality of life in Brussels. The participants tackle urban, ecological and social issues.
A tad thirsty? Come and try our great-tasting, fresh tap water.
Energies and Ressources makes individuals aware of sustainable resource management through group buying of energy, information sessions and workshops on making furniture from salvaged material (mainly wooden pallets).
The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences has a range of games and educational ressources on biodiversity. Discover our new green action machine, games about bees and the ways that ecosystems help humans, as well as a surprise for the winners!
Ecoconseil informs, advises and supports residents in all subjects relating to the environment (biodiversity, energy efficiency, eco-responsability, communal environmental premiums, etc.) and ensures that the City of Brussels stands as an example in matters of sustainable development.
Imagine Demain le monde is a Belgian French-language magazine published six times a year. It deals with topics linked to ecology, social issues and relations with the developing world. It belongs to the slow press movement and maintains a free and non-conformist attitude towards our current world and that of the future. It offers both innovative and critical content which explores an alternative model for development and seeks out positive solutions to our biggest issues.
The not-for-profit Passeurs d’Énergie aims to put people looking for information in touch with those likely to be able to guide them by sharing their experience in sustainable housing, energy and environmentally-friendly ways of living.
WWF presents you its Rangerclub, the country’s coolest club for young fans of nature and animals.
Come to our stand and find out which animal you are most like!
Faune et Biotopes is the editor of Mille Lieux, a cross-disciplinary periodical on the sustainable management of natural spaces. One of our goals is to make stakeholders aware of the issues and support them on the path to managing their land more sustainably.
Casteels Rozen is the biggest flower company in Belgium, with more or less 1000 sorts of flower. Naturally, the most colorfull place at Bruxelles-Champetre with their own garden and flowers. With all the forms, all the colors and smells.
We invite you to join us to fight againt the wast of our food in order for you to take notes as much as you can and share it back with people around you. You will find everything at our stand. Show your support and the DWOF- Charter.