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drinking water treatment

Detection and treatment of pollutants in water: innovative solutions

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De nombreuses substances peuvent polluer l’eau qui coule dans nos robinets. Scientifiques et PME innovent pour les détecter, les quantifier et les éliminer. Force est de constater que notre eau domestique contient des micropolluants, des substances minérales, biologiques, organiques ou radioactives issues, notamment, de médicaments, de produits cosmétiques, de métaux,

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management of drinking water

Optimizing water management and tracking pollutants

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La qualité de l’eau et la gestion intelligente des réseaux font partie des principales préoccupations des entreprises et des collectivités qui distribuent l’eau jusqu’au robinet. Décryptage.   Depuis 1970, les communes se sont vues confier la gestion des services de l’eau. Elles ont le choix d’assumer directement en régie la

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Our future is at the bottom of the ocean

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Terra incognita still exist on our planet. The bottom of the oceans is one of them, and it's a big one. In a special issue of the journal Science published on May 22, an international, multidisciplinary team of researchers has mapped the extraordinary biodiversity of a wide range of marine organisms. From some of the 35

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Sponsor a tree for the Climate in Davos

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The World Economic Forum in Davos is known as the meeting place for world leaders. This year it will bring together more than 40 heads of state and government and 2,500 business and opinion leaders. Pur Projet will be present and will launch a new application for planting trees.

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acoustic ecology

The beauty of the world on tap

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Half the sounds of nature have disappeared in fifty years. However, resistance fighters are taking care to listen, record, preserve and broadcast the endangered sounds. This is why, according to the terraeco.net article. How many natural sounds do you hear every day? How long has it been since a pretty noise interrupted your

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Taking into account the bee's environment to better assess the risk of insecticides

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A study coordinated by INRA and associating ACTA, CNRS and ITSAP-Institut de l'abeille shows that the degree of sensitivity of bees to the undesirable effects of pesticides varies according to environmental conditions. The researchers observed that an insecticide of the neonicotinoid family disrupts their ability to find their way around,

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Maroc : quand la haute technologie et l’intelligence collective coopèrent pour capter l’eau

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Les satellites pilotes des cultures, les filets-capteurs d’eau comme l’organisation des tours d’eau dans les villages, garantissent encore l’accès à l’eau au Maroc. Jusqu’à quand ? Pour un pays pris entre augmentation de la productivité fruitière et céréalière et le changement climatique, l’optimisation des utilisations de l’eau est un défi

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Mobilizing citizens for water

How to involve citizens in water management? How can we raise awareness of the complex challenges related to this resource that we share and that is vital to us? For thirty years, a third of the world's population has had no access to drinking water. This figure remains unchanged and

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For a new management of the oceans

There is an urgent need to rethink our relationship with the sea, as well as the way we organise and conduct our activities. We need to move from a logic of pickers-profits to a logic of enlightened and responsible ocean managers, in order to preserve the environmental capital that the oceans represent. Read More

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Concrete solutions for access to water

Today, 800 million people do not have access to safe drinking water. How can this be remedied? This is one of the questions that the participants of the 6th World Water Forum, which took place at the beginning of March in Marseilles, tried to answer: the village of solutions, in which one of the tents groups together

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