The ‘Maison du Zéro Déchet’ opened in Paris in July 2017 as a space for discussion on all things zero waste. Workshops, conferences and screenings are on offer, and a shop is equipped with everything you need to start reducing your environmental footprint.
Articles by Julia Webster Ayuso
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Check out this temporary community project in the 14th arrondissement in Paris before it closes in December!
Among the variety of small-scale eateries on Bristol’s Cotham Hill, Pasta Loco is the place to go for an intimate and comforting meal.
Senza Nome is a bar run by those with hearing impairments in Bologna’s central via Belvedere.
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An interview with cinephiles Davide and Luca, founding members of the Kinodromo cinema association in Bologna.