When we talk about DYCLE, we talk about Systemic design, but actually, what is Systemic Design?Read more
One of the important insights of Blue Economy principle is to start with what we have and start what we can. Each local nature condition is different. You have different waste resources than the one we DYCLE Berlin have.Read more
Out of the nutrient of collected baby diapers, we are going to grow biodiversity of indigenous fruits trees! Yes, this image is our vision and we are on the way to go.Read more
Sometimes we need imagination how our future home could look like...Read more
A New Year has started.
We, the DYCLE team, wish you a year of peace, well-being, health and happiness with us and among all friends in the nature.Read more
We would like to say an enormous thank you to all who went into this campaign with us! Although we did not get the amount we were hoping for we are receiving all the funds and all of them will go towards setting up the first community in Berlin in 2016.Read more
How are soil, bacteria, plants, animals (which includes humans) and algae connected?
Can you image how the power of nature can do so much more?
This video is about the positive impact Wolves have on Yellowstone - they actually changed the rivers!
What are indigenous fruits and berries where you live? How do they taste differently than others?Read more
Love call for Soil Lovers!
What DYCLE creates is not a normal compost. It is a special black soil, called Terra Preta substrate. It is a very fertile soil and can hold a lot of water and nutrients for plants growth. Any soil can be enhanced with Terra Preta substrate.
In Germany, there are around 2 million families who need diapers for their babies. 500.000 ton of disposable diapers end at incineration plants every year. If there are no incineration plants (in Germany we have incineration plants), they go to landfills and stay for 100s years.Read more