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Ecolieux: living well with a low carbon footprint?

Throughout France, citizens are coming together to live, work together and invent new places to live that would be adapted to the challenges of ecological transition. They create what are called schoolboys who are characterized by the ch

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Eunice Foote, the first scientist (and suffragist) to theorize climate change

In 1859, Irish physicist John Tyndall was the first to discover that molecules of gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and water vapor (known today as greenhouse gases or GHGs) block infrared radiation. We

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546 kilos of waste in your living room: what if augmented reality came to the rescue of the environment?

Our relationship with the environment is often biased by social desirability: today, for example, it is difficult to publicly declare oneself against the preservation of the environment. While the vast majority of respondents say

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"Biodiversity credits" by Emmanuel Macron: what are we talking about?

President Macron announced on November 7, 2022 during C0P 27 in Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt an initiative aimed at protecting the planet's "vital reserves of carbon and biodiversity", such as ancient forests, peat bogs or mangroves.

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COP15: how to finance an ambitious agreement to protect biodiversity?

After two years of postponements, the COP15 on biodiversity will finally be held from December 7 to 19 in Montreal. The summit is expected to establish a new global framework to halt the loss of biodiversity by 2030.

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TotalEnergies in Africa: protest by environmental activists and believers

Environmental activists, religious figures and believers protested on Tuesday in Paris against the mega-oil projects of the French group TotalEnergies in Uganda and Tanzania, a first action led by the Extinction Rebellion Spiri movements

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Climate conference: Christian leaders want to get involved

The 2022 Climate Change Conference, held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, concluded on November 20. The 196 Member States have reached an agreement on the creation of a fund aimed at covering the heavy losses and damages suffered by

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North-South solidarity, funding, debates on 1,5°C, methane: what to remember from COP27

After tough negotiations, the countries meeting at the climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh (November 6-18, 2022) reached an agreement on the issue of climate financing, via the creation of a fund "for loss and damage ".

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Camille's editorial: biblical reflections on climate justice

“Committing to climate justice” is the title of a book published by Editions Scriptura by the Protestant Federation of France (FPF) in October 2022. 

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A multi-faith ceremony of repentance for “climatic sins” in London

Representatives of Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs attended a climate repentance ceremony in London hosted by the Elijah Interfaith Institute on Sunday afternoon. An event on the sidelines of COP27 which takes place

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