Published in La Vie in April 2021. In Morbihan, the coastline is subject to erosion and some territories are in danger. Faced with this phenomenon, researchers, citizens and elected officials have come together in the Observatoire Citoyen du Littoral Morbihannais (OCLM) to work together. Cover picture: Valentino Belloni.
Published in Sans Transition! in march 2021. Since 2010, the Morbihan company Book Hémisphères recovers books from all over Brittany to give them a second life. The whole with a social goal since it also welcomes employees in integration. Cover picture: Manon Boquen
Published in Causette in march 2020. Fish have a small beating heart. This is what Chloé Laubu, who defended her thesis in population biology and ecology in 2018, wanted to show by questioning the place of emotions and personality in decision-making in zebra cichlids, a monogamous species of fish. Because these water beings are also […]
Published in Reporterre in february 2020. Lionelle Arnaud is a chicken breeder on Yeu island. Since she announced her project for an organic hen farm, she has experienced great difficulties in getting her installation off the ground. Several things are involved. The lack of agricultural tradition in Yeu when most of the economic activity comes […]
Published in La Vie in february 2020. Tomy Journaux is a special kind of fisherman. Every day he puts on his wetsuit in search of scallops in the bays of Saint-Malo and Saint-Brieuc. This way of fishing is also a way to preserve the resource without destroying other species as trawlers do. There are only […]
Published in L’Express in february 2020. More and more people are being motivated to do something green on a daily basis. But often, this environmental effort relies, at home, on women. Preparing zero-waste and local meals, making cosmetic products… all this takes time. So much so that some women can’t take it anymore. Cover picture: […]
Published in Pèlerin in february 2020. Since 2013, Baluchon has opened its doors in Romainville, in the departement Seine-Saint-Denis. The aim of this caterer like no other? To make meal trays with local and seasonal products, made by employees in integration, and distributed in the Paris region. Cover picture: Pierre Gautheron.
Published in La Vie in january 2020. The mechanization of agriculture had wiped it out much of the land, leaving it to the mountainous regions. However, pastoralism has found a new lease of life in recent years. Shepherds and shepherdesses are now settling in the plains, demanding more sustainable and environmentally friendly agriculture. Mylène Perelli […]