The evolution of life has led to remarkable biodiversity. This biodiversity is both useful and beautiful. Its usefulness to man is a rational fact that can be illustrated by numerous (...)
The key element is education... for all our problem. The youth mind is the most fertile ground for any idea on earth. They must be planted with the environmental seed and time will do the rest.
It is urgent that our country and Europe take actions to promote a better way of consumption and limit climate change and biodiversity loss.
With an increased urbanization rate we have to face new challenges with innovative urban planning methods, urban agriculture, improved mobility and better waste management.
Give people the dignity of their work and enable them to find the meaning of what they do will greatly simplify everyday life
Mindfulness, benevolence and demand, consistency between values and actions, lucid and shared joie de vivre
My main concern is the lack of awareness of a large number of people about the quantity of products (food or not) useless, superfluous purchased and that will often end up in (...)
Unknown is unprotected
As an oceanographer, my main concern is the adverse impact of overfishing, microplastics, habitat degradation, sea water temperature rise, acidification, eutrophication, chemicals (...)
Protecting biodiversity requires a rethinking of our economy and policy