Latest news of the Great green wall of Africa

With over 1,300 articles published here so far, it is sometimes hard to keep up with old topics. So for today‚Äôs post I would like to present you an update of the Great green wall of Africa Back to 2010 I was writing that several African countries are willing to stop the Sahara desert to… Continue reading Latest news of the Great green wall of Africa

Saving rainforests with the UN-REDD program

While in the train going to Paris to attend the Green Job forum I read an interesting article on how banking on trees could enable us to fight off climate change and give money to enable developing nations to protect their forests. The United Nations REDD program – Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation… Continue reading Saving rainforests with the UN-REDD program

Turning a landfill into a beautiful garden

Last weekend I visited a very nice garden in the Vosges, Les Jardins de Callunes [Fr]. It has the particularity to have been created where a landfill was previously. It is impressive how Nature got back where previously stood waste of all kinds. Will we be able to turn all our landfills in such wonderful… Continue reading Turning a landfill into a beautiful garden