Organic farming: why the State is withdrawing from aid for maintenance

The Minister of Agriculture Stéphane Travert announced that the state will, from 2018, entrust the funding of “maintenance aid” to the regions. Objective: to favor conversions of novice farmers in organic farming. Change of course for “organic” agriculture in France. On the Tech and Bio show held this week in Bourg-les-Valence in the Drôme, the… Read More Organic farming: why the State is withdrawing from aid for maintenance

Charges against tourist rush: nine euros for Bali’s beaches, 1500 euros for gorillas

See Venice – and pay three euros. But the city, which will soon be hosting tourists, is not the only destination that wants to control the onslaught with fees. An overview of Bali to Spitsbergen. In fact, relatively speaking, there are only a few places in the world that are overrun by tourists. However, these… Read More Charges against tourist rush: nine euros for Bali’s beaches, 1500 euros for gorillas

Renewable energies: the Scandinavian countries best European students

Overall, the European Union should achieve the 20% renewable energy target set in 2008 as part of the climate change package. But this collective result masks contrasting individual performances. With 17.5% of renewables consumed in 2017, the EU seems to be on track to reach its target of 20% of green energy sources (hydropower, wind,… Read More Renewable energies: the Scandinavian countries best European students