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S.O.S Save our Sea Horses

See horses have been always a true mystery for biologist because is the only specie where males are the ones getting pregnant! And Considered one of the most valuable animals in tradicional chinese medicine.  The true story is that because of chinese tradicional medicine, only “China” sells more than 150 millions sea horses in their... Read more
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Asia refuses to be the world’s Garbage hole

Xi Jinping, the president of China, after viewing this tremendous and shocking video from a Youtuber showing the reality of their country has decided to stop all plastic imports from developed countries. Before 2018 most countries exported their waste, mainly plastics to China, where recycle was supposed to be cheaper. But as he said “China can’t be the... Read more
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HELP TO REDUCE CONSUMPTION

We all know by now the many ways how to avoid and reduce plastic, but what about unnecessary consumption of plastic? I can share my satisfaction of doing toys with my kids, recycling old materials and creating new objects. Also by doing our own Christmas presents: boxes, frames, coasters...
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Consumerism greed

In 2018, awareness campaign Zero Waste Week reported that the cosmetics industry produces 120 billion units of packaging each year. Those boxes are the result of an annually loss of 18 million acres of forest.  What can we do?  Reducing packaging helps the planet: Why not ask for a simple wrap instead of excessive packaging during Christmas... Read more
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Environmental tragedy

The journey of ALBATROSS began in 2008 with the activist/photographer Chris Jordan. Studying the newly-emerging issue of ocean plastic pollution, learning a stunning environmental tragedy taking place on a tiny atoll in the center of the vast North Pacific Ocean. The expedition photographed and filmed thousands of young albatrosses that lay dead on the ground... Read more
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Space travel

Space travel? Our planet needs urge attention from inside not from space. What an «égocentrique» way of Traveling. Jeff Bezos, the richest man on Earth, headed into suborbital space. He’ll be the second billionaire to have taken such a journey this month, getting narrowly beat out by Richard Branson, who recently took an hour-long rocket... Read more
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Educating our Children to Stop Animal Abuse

I have recently visited Egypt with my children, wanted to share my passion with them for the Egyptian Culture, but waited to do it at the right timing and age. We encounter an ugly relationship with animals there… Animals were at the heart of everyday life and religion in Ancient Egypt. People believed many creatures... Read more
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Learning how to recicle absolutely everything…

The state of eco-friendly surfboards with Ryan Lynch of Timber Surf Co. Surfboards are pretty difficult to produce. There’s a million and one nasty chemicals that go into every aspect of the board-building process, and materials are sourced from all over the world. And once built, surfboards are very, very difficult to recycle or dispose... Read more
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Earth’s odd rotation may solve an ancient climate mystery

At first, it seems like a case of extinction by climate change: More than 160 million years ago, during the Jurassic period, a fanciful menagerie crept, swam, and flew through the cool, damp forests of what is now northeastern China. Then, almost in a geologic instant, the air grew warmer and the land dried out.... Read more
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CLIMATE DISASTER IS AROUND THE CORNER, BUT SOLUTIONS TOO.

WE ALL NEED TO CHANGE NOW, WHEN IT IS STILL POSSIBLE Bill gates introduces here in his 15 min video many possible answers and options to solutions for a cleaner world, sharing his invetstments: alternatives to construction materials, new ways of energy sources, a substitute to meat consumption as many other new sources of food,... Read more
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Why call recent disasters ‘naturals’ when they really aren’t?

Wildfires, storms, and viruses now are exacerbated by climate change. Perhaps we should call them what they are: disasters of our own making. At a news conference in mid-August of last year, California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, announced that there were 367 “known” wildfires burning in the state. “I say ‘known’ fires,” Newsom said, “but the prospect of that... Read more
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HOW WILL TRAVEL BE BETTER AFTER THE PANDEMIC?

What will travel look like in our post-pandemic world? The smartest thing I’ve heard so far comes from Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked and our own early report on how hard the pandemic will hit the travel industry. “The travel complex will have to grab a seat at the table where government policies are made,” she says. “Travel concerns and travel... Read more
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