All about wetlands

World Wetlands Day is celebrated each February 2nd under the theme “Wetlands – sustaining life”. It was established in 1997 by the Convention on Wetlands and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. The purpose of this day is to be a driving force for wetlands, to raise public awareness and to inspire action on […]

The importance of drinking water (even in winter!)

As you know, water is an essential substance for the proper functioning of our body. That’s why it’s very important to stay properly hydrated, especially in winter. All it takes is one sip of water to prevent your body from having a heart attack! It is important to remind that water is very important for […]

Water, a resource in danger

Inequalities of distribution Our “blue” planet is aptly named because 75% of its surface is covered with water very poorly distributed. For example, drinking water represents less than 3% of this abundant resource, of which more than 70% is trapped in glaciers. Therefore, less than 1% of the water reserve is accessible for our needs, […]

European Week for Sustainable Development x AGEC

European Week for Sustainable Development The SEDD is an opportunity to promote sustainable development and thus to raise awareness of its challenges and to mobilise as many people as possible. “The aim is to illustrate, through various projects, how everyone can contribute to achieving the 17 SDGs of the 2030 Agenda, adopted by the UN […]

How to be green(er) at the office?

In the office, some green/zero-waste habits are personal process, others are a group initiative. In this article, we’ll look at what each of us can do to reduce our waste, reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and even improve our quality of life by setting new standards. Every day brings the opportunity to do better. Here […]

10 tips and advice to reduce water consumption in your company

Each French person consumes an average of 150 liters of water per day! Each of us, by changing our habits, can reduce our consumption by at least 30%. To save it, we must first understand how this resource is used on a daily basis: – 39% for baths and showers – 20% for toilets – […]

8 tips to drink more water

Our body is composed of 60% to 70% water depending on our morphology. After oxygen, is the most important element in our lives. Therefore it is essential to be properly hydrated every day to replace the one eliminated all along the day. The European Health Authorities recommend to drink at least 1.5 liters of water […]

The European Union and the preservation of the seabed

For many years now, the European Union has been committed to preserving the seabed in France and in all its member countries. But, concretely, what are the different actions put in place by the European Union? The Natura 2000 network The Natura 2000 network is made up of a group of natural land and marine […]

Focus on Earth Day

What is the program for Earth Day 2021? Each year we celebrate Mother Earth with a different theme, chosen by the Earth Day Network. This year we will campaign for  the planet under the theme: “Restore Our Earth”.  It is based on “the emerging concept that rejects the idea that our only options for saving […]

What are the different types of drinking water ?

Drinking water is water that can be drank or used for domestic and industrial purposes, without risk to health, and that complies with the sanitary requirements defined by decree. It can be naturally drinkable or go through various treatments to become so. The water that we find in our glasses can have various origins, but […]