Himalayan Vertical Gardens: Windows of Nature


People are migrating to cities more than at any other point in history. In an effort to accommodate so many inhabitants, trees are cut down and green areas are vanishing.

Many developing countries lack the resources to mitigate these effects, and their citizens end up losing contact with nature.

This video speaks about how, with creativity and persistence, it’s possible to find green solutions in any environment.

Conference Speaker

Iñigo Iriarte

Nepal Vertical Gardens Founder, Artist, Agricultural Engineer

Spanish artist and agricultural engineer Iñigo Iriarte (Indi) shares his experience building vertical gardens in Nepal. Born in Pamplona but now based in Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu, Indi began sourcing materials and creating prototypes of aquaponic green walls with local plants two years ago.

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