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The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

The organization Partners for Livable Places found plants are the fastest, most cost-effective agents for changing negative perceptions of an area and improving psychosocial health. Based on average from the US Census Bureau and facility/building raw data, plants...
The Human-Centered Quotient

The Human-Centered Quotient

A 2007 study by T Center for Health Design examined the role nature plays in the healthcare environment.  Citing research by Ulrich, it states the use of plants and natural elements reduces stress, supports pain management and promotes an overall sense of well-being....
Interior Plants Have Many Benefits

Interior Plants Have Many Benefits

Concerning over our ecological footprint and green building practices are moving more mainstream and indoor  plants naturally help filter air impurities, making them perfect for all interior spaces.  There’s no better time than now to breathe in nature and think...
Why Plants?

Why Plants?

People spend an average of 90% of their time indoors.  Indoor air quality presents its own challenges since it is generally more polluted than outdoor air quality.  The World Health Organization states that 2.4 million people die each year from causes directly...
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