This blog started out as a documentation of my experiences after starting my degree in biosystems engineering back in 2015. It includes articles – both broad and detailed – on circular agriculture and indoor farming, summaries of books and webinars, and some of my own personal experiences.

Since September 2021 I have been working in Wageningen on making greenhouse horticulture part of the circular economy. This fits within my broader interest learning from ecosystems to preserve the environment and improving human health.

More recently I have also become interested in beauty in the built environment – which may seem different, but has just as much potential to improve our environment and well-being. This is something I occasionally write about here as well. I am involved in INTBAU, the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism.

Hope my writings are of value to you!

Alexander van Tuyll