This green urban furniture is standing tall at a sidewalk of a crossroad connecting avenue Général Leclerc and Rue d’Alésia, where more than 72 000 cars pass every day. The column style isn’t new for Parisians. It resembles the Morris column, used as an ad platform since the 19th century. But this one has another … More Microalgae fight air pollution and climate change in Paris
Recently I attended a conference in Paris aimed at answering this question, which, by the way, I repeatedly ask myself. I used to love eating seafood. Actually, I still like it, but now, before ordering a sushi, I think twice, three, four times… and most often I give up. … More Should we still eat fish?
Within a few years, disposable plastic cups, plates and cutlery could be a thing of the past in France. In 2020, all plastic tableware sold in the country will have to be made from at least 50% biologically-sourced materials that can be composted at home. This proportion has to grow to 60% by 2025. … More France, the first country to ban single-use plastic cups
This summer I went to Indonesia with my husband Fernando. It was my very first time in Asia. We traveled to Bali and Mentawais, a small archipelago about 150 km off Sumatra’s coast. Getting to know the Mentawais was a great experience but I was a bit disappointed. … More Awareness and action