Let’s talk about copycats

Dear customers, distributors, retailers, twitter followers, facebook fans, instagram friends, blog readers and lovely strangers who surf the web, Today is Friday, December 2nd, and it is 8pm. Like most Fridays we are still working at Bios Urn headquarters. The reason why we are writing this blog post is not to announce a new product […]

Follow us on Instagram!

Following an inspiring event on Bios Urn, our team decided to create a new Instagram account under the name ‘biosurn‘. We will dedicate that new social space to share awesome photos of nature, trees and life but we will also share histories and moments that meant something for us. If you want to get rid of […]

Barnraiser, the future of crowdfunding

Here at Urna Bios we love green. Green trees, green tea but especially green ideas. This is exactly what this post is about: an excellent green idea. Do you know Kickstarter or Indiegogo? Well, they are not alone. The new frontier of crowdfunding is called Barnraiser. This platform aims at raising money for green economy […]


How does a city look like? Considering that half of the world population lives in urban centers, we will reasonably think at a city as an overcrowded and polluted space dominated by a grey sky. However, if you look better around you, you may see a yellow wheatfield. At least this is what happened in […]

Oxygen, the secret formula for human life

When I started writing this post, I did what everybody usually does when looking for information: I typed my key word “oxygen” in Google. I expected to find images of trees and forests but the result that caught my attention was quite unexpected. An astronaut was greeting me saying: “Oxygen is a big deal”. Clicking […]

Pollution is a big problem for everyone

8.9 Million people are killed a year from pollution Diseases like ebola, HIV, and malaria rightly get a lot of a headlines, because they can kill millions of people very quickly. But there’s another problem that affects even more people, and it’s not mentioned as much: pollution. In all, pollution kills 8.9 million people a […]