Domestic breeding and environmental benefits

Money savings and personal satisfaction produced by urban gardening have allowed people to rethink chicken breeding in a “more local” way: in many US and Canada cities people can grow their own hens in their backyard, just as they would do with tomatoes or salad in their kitchen garden. This tendency was accelerated by the […]

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Cooking lesson and talks: the last event of LabGov’s third edition

Tomorrow will be a great day for LabGov! It will be the closing day of the third edition of the laboratory, which focused on Environment, Agriculture and Food, in order to imagine and design a governance strategy suitable for a configuration of the territory as a commons. We are feeling a mix of controversial emotions. […]

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Resilience. One of the most important and meaningful words of 2015

After the economic crisis out-broken in 2007 and the consequent period of time defined by recession, all of us are aware that in this situation, one of the most important thing in which to believe in, is to do with what we have got. For this reason, the creativity in using material stuffs, the fact of using something […]

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Luiss garden: the first harvest and the (re)discovering of the little joy of life.

            February the 2nd was an important milestone for the people of LabGov. On that day happened the first harvesting of some products farmed by the students: spinach, mushrooms and lemons. The day started with the General Director Lo Storto paid a visit to greet all the students, professors and […]

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Coltiviamoci

On Monday, May 19th at Luiss Guido Carli University, will be held the event ‘Coltiviamoci‘. LabGov will host in Viale Romania 32, Aula Polivalente, a workshop focused on collective management of urban and environmental commons and on the development of institutional economic and social innovation. LabGov students will present the results achieved with the Lab’s […]

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