A machine that recycles waste back to life

A machine that recycles waste back to life The world of over-consumption contributes to world pollution. Businesses and consumers do not always recycle their old furniture. A brilliant idea Dave Hakkens, from the Netherlands, has found a solution to give these objects a second life. Creative and talented, he recycles all used  objects thanks to…

Collective vegetable gardens making an impact

Collective vegetable gardens making an impact Combining gardening, healthy food, economy, and social links – it’s possible! Collective vegetable gardens are being deployed in cities to offer city dwellers a place to garden collectively. Gardening for healthy eating Not everyone can own a garden, let alone have access to a healthy diet. To the detriment…

The iconoclastic cuisine of the future

The iconoclastic cuisine of the future There will soon be 9 billion people to feed! What will the food supply be like at the dawn of the 2050s? Will it take into account environmental challenges? “Beef carrot or carrot beef?” – Thierry Marx The cuisine of the future is accompanied by inventive catering. The multi-starred…

Lithium batteries finally recycled!

Lithium batteries finally recycled! For many, riding a scooter or electric bicycle is an environmentally friendly act. However, this mode of transportation has its drawbacks. The eco-organization, Screlec, intends to put an end to them. Polluting electric batteries When you walk around major French cities, it is not uncommon to come face to face with…

From east to west, the U.S. is going green

From east to west, the U.S. is going green With the U.S. recently joining the Paris climate agreement, limiting the adverse effects of the climate crisis is becoming a priority under the Biden administration. In an effort to develop green energy, the U.S. government is planning a huge investment plan for the implementation of large-scale…

The return of the Tasmanian devils

The return of the Tasmanian devils In order to prevent the Tasmanian devils from disappearing from the planet, a program has developed to prevent their extinction.  After residing only on the island of Tasmania, the species has recently been reintroduced to Australia’s mainland for the first time in 3000 years. The extinction of the species…

Retrofit : change the engine, not the car

If driving is a necessity, the planet and our health don’t quite agree. As such, there has been a new growing trend of retrofitting. This involves placing an electric motor in an old car. Cars and pollution Cars are present everywhere. We can’t imagine our daily life without them. However, from its construction to its…

The Lebanese diaspora helps Lebanon

The Lebanese explosion that occurred last year, continues to arouse international emotion, including that of the Lebanese diaspora. Far from remaining motionless, the latter are assisting from a distance. A Lebanese in crisis The Lebanese population struggles to recover in a country plagued by multiple crises. Since October 2019, Lebanon has been facing an socioeconomic…

Des centaines de millions d’arbres dans le Sahara

Des centaines de millions d’arbres dans le Sahara Une impressionnante découverte possible grâce à l’Intelligence artificielle : 1,8 milliard d’arbres solitaires cartographiés et répertoriés dans une zone désertique en Afrique. La science au service de la biodiversité Grâce à des milliers d’images enregistrés par les satellites de la société Digital Globe, un groupe de chercheurs…

La cuisine iconoclaste de l’avenir

La cuisine iconoclaste de l’avenir Il y aura bientôt 9 milliards d’humains à nourrir ! Quelle sera l’alimentation à l’aube des années 2050 ? Tiendra-t-elle compte des enjeux environnementaux ? « Bœuf carotte ou carotte bœuf ? » – Thierry Marx La cuisine du futur s’accompagne d’une restauration inventive. Le chef français multiétoilé Thierry Marx représente la figure emblématique de cette cuisine…