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The recent publication of the 5th Global Biodiversity Outlook (GBO5) in September confirmed, with high confidence, that Aichi Target 10 — which concerns reducing pressures on coral reefs and other vulnerable ecosystems impacted by climate change or ocean acidification — has not been achieved. What's more, coral reefs have “shown the most rapid increase in […]
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Alongside its exhibitions Yves Klein, Infinity Blue and Monet, Renoir, Chagall ... Voyages en Méditerranée, l'Atelier des Lumières exceptionally opens its doors in the evening to present The Last Sentinels, Jimmy Nelson's first immersive creation. Located in a former 19th century foundry, l'Atelier des Lumières offers grandiose immersive exhibitions via its 3,300 m2 of projection […]
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Global gross domestic product (GDP) has quadrupled since 1970, enabling immense progress, and lifting billions of people out of poverty. However, material productivity, defined as GDP relative to material and energy inputs, has stagnated since the turn of the century, tying any increase in economic growth to an equivalent increase in resource extraction. A global economy fuelled […]
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While France has banned certain single-use plastic products since January 1, 2020, the Netherlands is also getting up to speed. From July 3, 2021, products of this type will be banned, announces Dutch radio NOS and Dutchreview magazine on June 26. Although the list of products in question is not yet known, new measures are […]
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This summer 2020, flowers will blossom in the sky of Bercy Village. Les Naturistes landscaper Audray Roy-Camille proposes an exclusive and poetic installation: 2,600 flowers hanging in the air, like garlands. To see and take picture of from July 11 to October 11, 2020. The ancient wharfs of Bercy Village are some of the most insta-worthy places in […]
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