intensive farming

Covid-19, a disease of the anthropocene and biodiversity

The coronavirus pandemic still raises many questions about its origin as well as its health impacts. Its complexity stems from its entanglement in a human ecosystem in the throes of upheaval: climate disruption, pollution, chronic diseases such as diabetes and obesity, which aggravate the effects of Covid-19. What's more, the pandemic

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Can we flatten the climate curve?

Can we flatten the climate curve?

What a great learning moment we are currently living through! The coronavirus crisis brings us a lot of experiences that we could build on. We have learned about the "flattening of the curve" of the pandemic. Why not take advantage of this experience and the concepts that have emerged from it?

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Coronavirus: Are wild animals in danger?

On April 5, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that a tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City was found to test positive for COVID-19, along with six other tigers and lions, with symptoms consistent with the disease. This detection of the new coronavirus in a wild animal is an important step in the fight against the disease.

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the greenpeace campaign that disturbs

Greenpeace's forbidden advertising

"This Greenpeace advertisement was banned from the Paris metro and cinema networks. The NGO wanted once again to denounce the inaction of political leaders in the face of the climate emergency. In its press release, Greenpeace reports that the statement was judged "to have been made by the court of justice".

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How are we going to live in the "urban furnaces"?

How are we going to live in the cities of the South of France if new climatic furnaces develop, as in 2019, endangering life? 2019 was the year of climatic awakening. Montpellier, Marseille, Toulouse, Narbonne, Nîmes... So many southern cities in which the inhabitants are active, active, active, active, active...

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