Eating exotic and out-of-season fruits and vegetables is killing the planet

Cherries, illustration. – pxhere/CC Cherries, illustration. – pxhere/CC June 22, 2022 at 4:12 p.m., Reading time: 1 minute Transport Transporting food from its place of production to our plates generates at least three times more greenhouse gas emissions than previously estimated. This is the finding of a study published by nature food relayed Monday, June … Read more

In her garden, she takes care of baby hedgehogs

Orsay (Essonne), report The hedgehog’s baby is called the choupisson. Such cuteness, not well enough known to the general public, alone deserved a report. Direction the south of Paris, in the city of Orsay (Essonne) to meet Sara Stahl, a lover of the species who opened her care center called Les P’tits Kipik in 2018. … Read more

behind the stoves of afrovegan cuisine

Paris, report In Paris, the restaurant L’embuscade has become one of the ambassadors of Afroveganism. Below the Pigalle district, this Cape Verdean rum distillery, which has been open for twenty-four years, has been offering vegetable cuisine concocted by the Anglo-Nigerian chef Phoebe Dunn for more than two years. “ Cooking is always political. Gastronomy touches … Read more

16 million animals slaughtered, from breeders to RSA

Three weeks without any new farm affected by avian flu. Breeders and the entire poultry industry are blowing. This Wednesday, June 8, the Ministry of Agriculture announced that the whole of France was back at risk “ negligible ». Ducks and chickens that had to stay confined to avoid contact with wild birds will be … Read more

Birds in organic fields are doing better than those in pesticide fields

This is an unpublished study. It shows, from the observation of birds in the wild, that those who live near organic farming fields are in better health than those living in conventional farming landscapes. The article, titled Organic farming has a positive effect on the vitality of passerines in agricultural landscapeswas published at the end … Read more

“Agroecology can feed the world”

Wheat, corn, oil, meat… Since the start of the war in Ukraine, food prices have soared. They have already increased by almost 17 %, with dramatic consequences: according to the World Bank, “ for every percentage point increase in food prices, 10 million people are pushed into extreme poverty worldwide ». Faced with this historic … Read more