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National Geographic : Discover the trailer of the exceptional documentary "Jane: A Message of Hope".

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National Geographic presents the trailer for "Jane: A Message of Hope," an exceptional documentary about the activist commitment of Dr. Jane Goodall, who for more than 30 years has traveled the world to raise awareness of the importance of preserving our environment. The film will be shown on the following television programs

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Vote for the forests!

The association Envol Vert and the All4trees community, in partnership with 16 environmental organizations (1) are launching the Zero Footprint Forest Pact for 2020 municipalities. For the municipal elections of 2020, this Pact proposes to the electoral lists to become forest ambassadors, integrating six objectives, accompanied by twenty-two measures

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World Animal Intelligences Day - 3rd edition

Chickens, snakes, collective intelligence of ants and bees, concert of whale songs... The 3rd edition of World Animal Intelligence Day will take place on Saturday 1 February 2020 at La Villette. On the programme: amazing information, strategies that help people, creativity, emotion... Because

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IDDRI's Biodiversity Platform: better preparing for COP 15

The Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) and the French Agency for Biodiversity (AFB) are co-organizing, on a regular basis (every three months or so) until COP 15, moments to decipher and appropriate international news relating to biodiversity: the "Biodiversity 2020 Platform". What is the objective? To enable stakeholders to

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arts and cultures

We trees. At the Cartier Foundation

Réunissant une communauté d’artistes, de botanistes et de philosophes, la Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain se fait l’écho des plus récentes recherches scientifiques qui portent sur les arbres un regard renouvelé. Nous les Arbres s’organise autour de plusieurs grands ensembles d’œuvres et laisse entendre la voix de ceux qui ont

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Should the Amazon be reforested?

While the flames are far from being brought under control and the fires continue to ravage the forests in the Amazon (but also in Central Africa, Siberia and Indonesia), there are already a growing number of announcements and initiatives to prepare for the "aftermath". This article by Yann Laurans, Frédéric Amiel and

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biodiversity

How can we save biodiversity?

Last July, just over a year ago, the UN Panel on Biodiversity (IPBES) painted a chilling picture of the decline of species and biodiversity across the planet, which threatens the very survival of humanity itself. In the aftermath, President Emmanuel Macron announced that

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