Milan, like every city in the world today, is at a crossroads.
It can continue growing by eating up agricultural land, woods, natural space, reducing biodiversity and space available to other species. Or it can choose to become a bio-diverse metropolis, starting with a new agreement between the city, the natural world and agriculture.
BioMilan’s six projects outline the economic and territorial energies necessary to arrive at the new balance between the urban sphere, rural areas and natural world.
VERTICAL FOREST: a Tower, 1500 Trees
METROBOSCO: a Forest around Milan
WOOD HOUSE: Social Housing, Tree Cycle
EXPO 2015: A Global kitchen Garden
PORTA ROMANA : Biological and Plant Decontamination
COUNTRYARDS FARMS: Neighbourhood Agriculture