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6 May 2024 | Biodiversity


For billions of years, the Earth's rotation on itself has resulted in the invariable succession of day and night on its surface. This natural alternation has profoundly shaped the evolution of living organisms through morphological, biological, and behavioural characteristics that enable many species to live, find their bearings and communicate in the darkness on which their survival largely depends.

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22 April 2024 | Employment

Updating the training and job skills required for the ecological transition

Creating jobs, scrapping jobs, upskilling... a continuous but crucial cycle when it comes to jobs and skills linked to the ecological transition. However, if we look beyond the definition of “green careers”, it is difficult to establish a clear picture as sources can differ. Below, we will use as a basis the first major trends identified under the Jobs & Skills strategy currently being implemented by the French General Secretariat for Ecological Planning (SGPE).

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27 March 2024 | Waste - Recycling

TGAP - Everything you need to know about this environmental tax

A lever for regulating polluting activities, the TGAP (General Tax on Polluting Activities) aims to encourage and promote more sustainable practices, with a view to preserving biodiversity and human health, as well as supporting economic growth. In particular, the general tax on polluting activities makes it possible to internalize environmental costs according to the “polluter […]

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26 February 2024 | Sites and Soil

Sponge Cities - Financing programmes to improve ground permeability

As we become ever more numerous on this blue planet, we are also building ever more. Unfortunately the artificialisation of soils, and their resulting impermeability, can have severe consequences for biodiversity, aquatic ecosystems and rainwater management, as well as for the health and quality of life, of urban residents. Combating ground impermeability, through rendering it […]

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