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Peoples’ climate vote

10 September 2022

The World’s Most Popular Climate Policies  After being asked about their belief in a climate emergency, and regardless of their views on that issue, all respondents in the Peoples’ Climate Vote were asked which of 18 climate policies they would like their country to pursue to address climate change.  The policies proposed represent some of the […]

Sustainable Development Goals

11 August 2022

Sustainable Development Goals   The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 […]

Our fight against Global Warming

16 May 2022

Vulnerable Miami Aspen Institute has just closed the first of the 3 meetings dedicated to the Climate; #aspenideas climate . And what could be more normal than choosing the hottest city in the United States: Miami “A living laboratory for Climate Change” as Daniella Levine Cava, Mayor of Miami Dade, reminds us, who makes “Climate, […]

Earth day : the 6 easy good habits !

22 April 2022

From home to office, there are plenty of good habits that are easy to adopt to preserve our environment and limit greenhouse gas emissions. Here are some easy ideas: 1/ Think about your mode of transport Going to work other than by private car avoids more than 200 kg of carbon emissions. Giving up is […]

We can limit the damage

20 March 2022

Sadly, the world’s forests are actively being destroyed at an alarming rate. Protecting forests also benefits people. Around the world, a staggering 1.6billion people depend on forests for their livelihoods. Forests provide food, fuel, housing materials, medicine, and other important resources. When forests are destroyed, these resources are lost too. Small, young trees aren’t able to […]

The Last 7 years have been the warmest on the record as planet approaches critical threshold

12 January 2022

On an annual average, 2021 ranks slightly ahead of 2015 and 2018, with 2016 remaining the hottest. A new analysis by the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, which tracks global temperature and other climate indicators, found 2021 was the fifth-warmest year on record.   The last seven years have been the seven warmest on […]

THE PROMISED PLANET By Roxane Grioche Baum

1 December 2021

The book starts from the observation that our planet is burning. It is not enough to simply accept this premise, but to act is the responsibility of everyone. `Roxane Grioche Baum shares with us her humor, and 20 years of experience spent at the bedside of the planet to question the leaders and actors of […]

Stop treating oceans like a ‘free grocery store’ : Sylvia Earle

5 October 2021

Affectionally nicknamed Her Deepness, 86-year-old Sylvia Earle is something of a living legend in ocean conservation. Born in 1935 in New Jersey, Sylvia Earle got her PhD in phycology (the study of algae) in 1966, at a time when career options for women were limited.In 1970 was recruited to lead the first all-female team of […]

Why the circular economy is key to the post-Covid recovery?

15 September 2021

Building a circular economy will help to bring about the economic benefits that government leaders are looking for. The wheels of the circular economy have slowed over the past few years as the Covid-19 pandemic has led to an explosion in waste Increased material efficiency means less waste and more capital saved, and new business […]

Encourage responsible ecological behaviours from the earliest ages.

21 August 2021

The more children know of the natural world, the more they’ll want to protect it When the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report was published in early August. What was already being made increasingly obvious by 2021’s extreme weather events I confirmed : the burning of fossil fuels is “choking our planet and putting […]

Blue whales returning to Spain’s Atlantic coast after 40-year absence

24 July 2021

Blue whales returning to Spain’s Atlantic coast after 40-year absence Some experts fear climate crisis is leading creatures back to area where they were hunted almost to extinction Blue whales, the world’s largest mammals, are returning to Spain’s Atlantic coast after an absence of more than 40 years. The first one was spotted off the […]

A broken food system

23 May 2021

 Once upon a time, it helped a fast-growing population get fed and develop economically, fostering urban progress. However, this progress came at a cost. That is why today, for every dollar spent on food, society is paying two dollars in health, economic and environmental costs. FEEDING THE WORLD IN 2050 BY REDUCING FOOD WASTE Nowadays, consumers can make a […]

Focus on regenerating natural systems.

14 February 2021

Is regenerative agriculture very different from organic agriculture, permaculture or other forms of sustainable agriculture?   Examples of Regenerative Agriculture Practices Working on cultivable land: by respecting the soil’s original structure, using adapted no-till techniques to protect micro-organisms and other earthworms, and trying as much as possible to keep soils covered to avoid erosion Fertilization: use organic […]

Conversation with Ning LI

8 November 2020

Conversation with Ning LI : Entrepreneur. Founder of Typology, a mission driven skincare brand based in Paris  

Sustainable plastics will save our oceans ?

12 September 2020

Sustainable packaging inspired by orange peel TIPA Compostable Packaging is a new sustainable packaging inspired by orange peels.Approximately 13 million metrics tons of plastic leak into the ocean every day, Watch  THE VIDEO :    sustainable plastics will save our oceans ?

Greenland’s ice sheet has melted to a point of no return

15 August 2020

According to a new study by researchers at Ohio State University : “The ice sheet is now in this new dynamic state, where even if we went back to a climate that was more like what we had 20 or 30 years ago, we would still be pretty quickly losing mass,” Ian Howat, co-author of the […]

A massive global behavioral change to make a difference

8 June 2020

The estimated 200 million metric tonnes (220.4 U.S. tons) of plastic waste in the world’s second-biggest ocean could be interpreted as a travesty. The substance we know today as plastic has been around for more than 100 years. By 2015, an incredible 7.8 billion tonnes of plastic had been produced in the world. It’s been estimated […]

Poverty, pollution and child labor

10 May 2020

German photographer wins UNICEF photo of the year Hartmut Schwarzbach’s picture shows a young girl in search of plastic waste in a Manila slum. UNICEF say the photo successfully captures the “three tragedies of our time”: poverty, pollution and child labor. Children of Manila’s slums  At the time of the photograph, the girl was 13 years old, according […]

How the virus is changing people and our planet?

22 April 2020

This Earth Day, ACT FOR YOUR PLANET highlights 10 ways that the virus is affecting our planet, for better and for worse.No single event of the last 50 years has had a bigger impact on our world than the ongoing coronavirus pandemic       Wildlife is reclaiming lost territory Tales of dolphins and swans returning […]

#earthday : 50 Years earth day

22 April 2020

No single event of the last 50 years has had a bigger impact on our world than the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. happy anniversary?   First celebrated in 1970—the year that American troops invaded Cambodia, a cyclone claimed 500,000 lives in Bangladesh, and The Beatles broke up—today is the fiftieth Earth Day, a day that marked […]

Wildlife is reclaiming lost territory

21 April 2020

The pandemic has shown that nature can rebound at speed when given the chance. Wildlife is reclaiming lost territory:  Tales of dolphins and swans returning to the canals of Venice and elephants sauntering through a village in Yunnan, China turned out to be fake news as people clamoured for positive stories amid the terrifying Covid-19 […]

ONE planet sharing COVID 19

6 April 2020

We must hope that the current epidemic will help humankind realise the acute danger posed by global disunity. We must act quickly and decisively. We should also take into account the long-term consequences of our actions. When choosing between alternatives, we should ask ourselves not only how to overcome the immediate threat, but also what kind […]

Reversing Global Warming

21 January 2020

Dive Into 80 Global Warming Solutions Discover a solutions-oriented approach, one with a sense of opportunity, possibility, and hope for the future.   To see the solutions : Here     

Carbon Offset in cities

2 September 2019

Climate change and global warming present an existential threat to the human race, and will require a unified global response at all levels of society.   Initiated by the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and made possible thanks to the support of Climate KIC and ofo, Reinventing Cities is an unprecedented global competition to drive […]

Deadline 2020 !

27 May 2019

Deadline 2020 In response to the Paris Agreement, C40 Cities launched Deadline 2020 – How cities will get the job done, which outlines the level of ambition and action needed by C40 cities to play their part in converting the Paris Agreement from aspiration into reality. the ALL programme HERE  The Paris Agreement commits signatories to […]

The ocean plastic crisis

14 November 2018

The amount of plastic in the ocean is set to triple in a decade unless litter is curbed. Plastics is just one issue facing the world’s seas, along with rising sea levels, warming oceans, and pollution.

Palm plantations : from labor exploitation and social conflicts

22 August 2018

A new report by Greenpeace finds that palm oil suppliers to the world’s largest brands have cleared more than 1,300 square kilometres of rainforest—an area the size of the city of Los Angeles—since the end of 2015. The report found that palm oil suppliers to these top brands had cleared more than 1,300 square kilometers (500 […]

Scientists plan to map “a safety net”  to Planet Earth

7 July 2018

  Scientists urge world leaders to ramp up targets to protect global biodiversity. With the global population set to balloon to 10 billion people by 2050, scientists are calling for mankind to set aside sufficient amounts of ecosystems on land and at sea to ensure the survival of the many other species. To preserve global biodiversity and […]

The potential of aquaculture to feed the world

18 May 2018

Farmed fish is a critical food source Fish is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and high-quality protein. It plays a particularly important role in the diets of billions of consumers in low- and middle-income countries. Many of these people are poor, malnourished and unable to afford alternative nutrient-rich foods such as […]

Best way to defend environment 

26 November 2017

If we do not want to become the victim of the impending sixth mass extinction, we must therefore, (without abandoning the necessity to build, construct, create, discover, ‘repair/heal’ the world), have a strong link to the natural world in a genuinely altruistic way, with no direct connection to our own interest. It would be, incidentally, […]