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How European and African scientists are collaborating to increase soil fertility
Marion Guillou is a French engineer and polytechnician, specialized in global food security. She was the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the École Polytechnique (2008-2013) and President and CEO of INRA (2004-2012). She is a member of the High Council for Climate, a structure created in 2018 and working alongside the French Prime…
The documentary Demain by Cyril Dion: a positive approach to the ecological revolution
Refusing to give in to catastrophism, Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent have been identifying effective initiatives to face the environmental, economic and social challenges of the 21st century since 2015. It all began with a study published in the prestigious journal Nature in 2012. Some twenty scientists announced that part of humanity could disappear by…
Coline Serreau’s film “La belle verte”: an ecological fable
A philosophical tale ahead of its time, Coline Serreau's 1996 film imagines a planet where humans have evolved into a society totally connected to nature. On a distant planet, an advanced and egalitarian human civilisation lives in perfect harmony with nature. It has abandoned the technical progress and lifestyle inherited from the industrial revolution for…
How to adapt to drought in viticulture?
For several years, Marcus Weller, winemaker and researcher at Washington State University (WSU) has been studying the effects of drought on vines. Here are the main findings of his research.
Interview: A modeling system to anticipate climate change in Africa
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation supports young researchers through the "Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation grant for IPCC" programme. The grants, awarded every two years in partnership with Moët Hennessy, are a springboard for young researchers from developing countries. They are giving them the opportunity to continue their studies and postdoctoral research…
Living soils, huge water reservoirs
Living soils are at the heart of the planet’s ecological balance, in particular owing to their sponge-like role. These natural water reservoirs are particularly precious for plants against a backdrop of drought.  Sources :
Interview: the role of the fine wine ecosystem in mitigating climate change
Pauline Vicard is the co-founder and director of Areni Global, a research institute dedicated to the future of the industry and the great wine houses, and member of the board of the World Living Soils Forum. She explains to us how the fine wine ecosystem can participate in mitigating climate change.
climate – World Living Soils Forum
The preservation of the Living Soils is one of Moët Hennessy’s major commitments in terms of sustainability. This site is intended to consolidate the numerous existing initiatives around the world on the topic as a way to contribute to the sharing of knowledge and help evolve practices to encourage soil regeneration.