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#1month1park: Gardens by the Bay, Singapore.

    Singapore: City in a Garden Before we moved our family to Singapore a few years back, we knew very little about it, but a few quick Google searches consistently came back with a title that would win us … Continue reading

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“Green Your Lunch” campaign

NEWSFLASH!! Green Your Lunch is taking it to the next level. Bored of having lunch at the office? On your desk? In front of the computer? We want to help break the routine! Starting June 4th and until June 14th, BGP, … Continue reading

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Students taking matters into their own hands.

Their names are Sarya Nasser , Rhea Kattan and Celine Slim. They are students at the International College, and chose Green Spaces in Beirut as their topic for the Pypx activity. They were interested to know about their condition , their availability … Continue reading

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Green Your Lunch in Jésuites garden tomorrow!

  Pick your favourite book and join us for our second “Green your Lunch” this Spring! We will be having a special book swapping corner during the Lunch. What is book swapping? It is the practice of a exchanging books … Continue reading

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#1month1park: Indro Montanelli Park. Milan, Italy.

Milan is graced with two parks. By far the most frequented is the prestigious Sempione Park, flanked by the Sforzesco Castle, an imitation Arc de Triomphe bequeathed by Napoleon, the original sports stadium used by Milan’s two football teams, the … Continue reading

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BGP at TEDxBeirut

A few days before TEDxBeirut, I overheard a conversation in a café between two people sitting next to me: “- Are you going to the TEDxBeirut conference this saturday? – No. Going to skip it. There is no one important this … Continue reading

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Design is here to Disrupt!

We just spent three days at the Design!/Disrupt ideathon. Three days of scratching our minds, coming up with ideas, letting go of others, developing them with mentors and getting inspired by participants with a great energy for positive change in the country. Design!/Disrupt … Continue reading

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