In Mexico, nanobubbles to fight against air pollution

To produce these bubbles, Vázquez imagined a rudimentary device made up of pipes and solar panels that exploits the existing tourist infrastructure of the wetland: the trajineras… and they all answered the call, out of a total of 1,103 boats . These motorless boats can carry up to 20 people and provide essential income for … Read more

Globe Climate: Bringing the climate change fight to the kitchen (and your stomach)

If you’re reading this on the web or someone forwarded this e-mail newsletter to you, you can sign up for Globe Climate and all Globe newsletters here. Good afternoon, and welcome to Globe Climate, a newsletter about climate change, environment and resources in Canada. For Canadians who want to reduce their carbon footprint, there are … Read more

Vietnamese cuisine seduces French guests | Culture-Sports

Vietnam’s Ambassador to France Dinh Toàn Thang and 5th District Mayor Florence Berthout deliver the festival’s opening speech. Photo: VNA Paris (VNA) – The Vietnam Food Festival 2022 was organized on June 18 at Place Monge in the 5th arrondissement of Paris by the Vietnamese Association in France (UGVF) in collaboration with Foyer Vietnam. This … Read more

They are touring Europe and America with positive initiatives and will be in Nice this Monday

They could have worked for large companies, had a fairly linear start. But after a few experiments, however rich, the two friends found that the reality of the offices was too far from that of the field. Too far away, above all, from the values ​​they wanted to develop for the future. For the planet, … Read more

Beef industry making progress on net zero, but is it moving fast enough for major export markets?

The Australian beef industry has released its latest report on emissions and claims to be making progress, but is it fast enough for export markets, which are increasingly demanding action on climate change? Key points: Emissions are down 58.21 per cent since 2005 Ground cover in farming areas is at 80 per cent Meat processors … Read more