RBINS - OD Nature / Oceanography The translation of this testimony was generated automatically by a translation program. Thanks for your understanding. Studying the oceans provides an impressive view of the severity and ubiquity of the impact of human activities…
What about an agriculture preserving the soil and human health?
Climate solutions should avoid problem shifting. Give education priority and highlight interconnections. Prices should reflect real costs. Lead by example.
The current biodiversity crisis is still underrepresented in the news. I recently started the "Hedgehogstreet" project in the city I live in.
As a young biologist interested in ecology and evolution, I am especially concerned about current rates of climate change and anthropogenic changes. The rise of temperature, increased (...)
We know only a tiny part of the biodiversity that future generations could benefit from. We should not destroy this potential
My main concern science, policy and society at large is lack of a caring attitude: it seems we care less for each other and for the quality of our living environment than needed (...)
As ethnologists, we have observed over the past 10 years, in our respective fields, increasingly marked inequalities between populations. These inequalities are mainly the result (...)
Environmental conservation is not only the part of my personal concerns, but also my professional interests. I am a member of the research project HiWET that aims at supporting (...)
In my personal life, I have been concerned for a long time by the issues associated to the industrial production of meat; I was thus vegetarian for 20 years; I am no more vegetarian (...)