Special guide for children between 8 and 13 edited by kultúrAktív Association
The Jewish Quarter of Budapest for Children forms part of a set of workbooks titled Your City.

Local food for cats, dogs and plants…

An innovative and engaging concept to playfully educate children about the importance and meaning of energy and sustainability.

OuiShare is a global network empowering citizens, public institutions and companies to build a society in which every person has access to the resources and opportunities they need to thrive.

I'm a City Gardener is the result of a collaboration among the Young Greens, the Contemporary Architecture Center and Kristin Faurest/Artemisia Landscape Design.

During a two-month period at Eötvös Elementary school, Artemisia Landscape Design worked intensively with about 150 students and 10 teachers and administrators at the school to develop a concept for an edible school landscape.

Bridge Budapest is a non-profit organisation founded by a group of Hungarian entrepreneurs who work to improve our world and create jobs via globally-used products and rapidly growing businesses.

Hungarian Cyclist Club is an NGO promoting cycling as a very important element of sustainable urban mobility, having a holisitc view of this complex system.

A fundamental characteristic of the Slow Movement is that it is propounded, and its momentum maintained, by individuals who constitute the expanding global community of Slow.

The renewal of Teleki square in the VIIIth district of Budapest was implemented within the Magdolna Quarter III Renewal Programme.

Danube Flow - Danube Calling aims to draw the attention of the people to the beautiful river, the Danube by organizing events and creating various installations at different spots.

Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre deals with strengthening community gardening and urban gardening in Hungary since 2010.