About four months after having seen hotels for wild bees pop up at the Cité Universitaire, in Paris, I can say it works. This Summer I was pleased to see numerous bees buzzing from flower to flower in this amazing green area. … More Hotels for wild bees – ça marche !
I was amazed to see shelters for bees to pop up across Paris. This one is at Cité Universitaire, where there are at least four hotels alike. It contains different natural materials, such as wood, clay and bamboo, to host a variety of species. Bees are the champions of pollination, an essential service for food … More A hotel for wild bees
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?
A WWF’s new report shows in numbers what we all, at different extents, are witnessing: animals are disappearing from this planet. In the last 40 years, more than a half of all mammals, birds, fish and reptiles disappeared. … More Want to help save wildlife? Start with what you eat
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