All you need to know about tap water quality!

qualité de l'eau du robinet

Summary Where does tap water come from ?Is tap water better than bottled water ?Why drink tap water ?Is it dangerous to drink tap water ?Which filter for tap water ? Tap water, sometimes called running water, is drinking water distributed directly to users. It is transported by a network of pipes from its collection […]

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Free-floating electric scooters : Is it really eco-friendly ?

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They are now found in most major cities around the world. Free-floating electric scooters, presented by their operators as an green alternative for micro-mobility. They would not actually be so eco-friendly. It is true that 40% of car journeys are made over a distance of less than 3km. Thus, the electric scooter can at first sight […]

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How to spend an eco-friendly Christmas ?

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Christmas is fast approaching! What was once a religious holiday to celebrate sharing, where time was mainly spent with family and friends. Today, for many people, it has become synonymous with stress, overconsumption and guilt. Certainly, Christmas is for many people always a magical time. The opportunity to meet up with your loved ones to please […]

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Why bring your lunch to the office (or elsewhere) ?

pourquoi apporter son repas au bureau

Today, for many of us, eating well at lunchtime has become a real challenge. We often lack time, options or money during our lunch breaks. Especially if we follow a special diet or if our workplace is far from everything. Our choices for varying pleasures are thus even more limited. So also the time available […]

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Why and how to recycle electronic waste?

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In industrialised countries, electronic waste represents between 20 and 50 million tonnes of WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) per year. WEEE contains highly polluting materials for soils. As heavy metals, organic compounds whose combustion is carcinogenic and sometimes gases that can be extremely harmful to the environment. This waste is composed of polluting materials, but also […]

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Why Practice Yoga Outdoors ?

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Yoga is a discipline originating from India. It mixes meditation and body exercises and has conquered the whole world. The practice of yoga is strongly linked to a way of life that promotes physical and mental well-being, both for oneself and for others. In this sense, yoga enthusiasts often have a strong ecological sensitivity. Who has never […]

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How to succeed an indoor vegetable garden ?

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What better way to consume fresh and seasonal products than to grow your own vegetable garden ? But if like me, you live in an apartment and your dream is to move to the countryside. Today, with these tips to succeed an indoor vegetable garden it’s no longer necessary! What are the mistakes to avoid ? […]

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Blockchain : What is its impact on the environment ?

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Blockchain, crypto-currencies, nodes, ledgers, are just some of the most popular terms in the field of new technologies. Yet the meaning of these terms can often be unclear. Let’s try to understand them by answering some of the most common questions in this area. What is the blockchain ? How it works ? What are its […]

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Why shall we eat local and seasonal ?

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As always, Nature thinks of everything. And we should trust her more. It has many benefits on our health, and of course it is also the case on our food!In each season, fruits and vegetables that meet our nutritional needs. More nutrients in winter, to face the cold. In summer, fruits and vegetables light and […]

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Air pollution: The world suffocates !

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Air pollution represents a major environmental risk to health. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated in 2016 to 4.2 million the number of premature deaths caused worldwide by air pollution. People living in low- and middle-income areas generally pay a higher price. In fact, 91% of the deaths occurred in the South-East Asia and Western Pacific […]

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