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Catastrophic greenhouse effect

The year 2023 will witness catastrophic climate events, the Derna flood, the Moroccan earthquake... but there are some victories worth highlighting

Windbreak effect of bocage hedges

Trees are allies of agriculture, particularly by moderating climatic events such as wind. Here are the detailed procedures

Why 2023 was an exceptional year for Antarctic sea ice

While 2023 made headlines for smashing global temperature records, last year also saw some truly remarkable events in the Antarctic

Agroforestry and viticulture: a winning duo

Viticulture, one of the most demanding crops, is seeing its future waver in the face of the threat of climate change. And if planting olive trees is the solution

Global Warming: Encouraging News in 2023 and Our Continuing Commitment

This year 2023, marked by significant progress in the fight against global warming. At, we are more determined than ever to do our part for a sustainable future...

Implementation of Fruit Trees as Sustainable Sources of Food

In our constant search for sustainable solutions to feed a growing global population, the judicious planting of fruit trees is emerging as a promising strategy

Ants, are more effective than pesticides!

Often referred to as harmful insects in agriculture, ants can nevertheless be used in biological control of plant pests

Impact de la sécheresse sur la prolifération des ravageurs : stratégies d'adaptation et de prévention

Today, let's dive into a crucial hot topic: "How drought promotes the proliferation of pests."

Leveraging Ecosystem Services for Sustainable Growth: A Comprehensive Guide

In today's fast-paced world, where environmental concerns are at the forefront, the significance of preserving and enhancing natural ecosystems cannot be overstated

COP 28 : Deciphering the World Summit's Impact on Our Global Climate Agenda

As the world faces escalating climate challenges, the United Nations Climate Change Conference

State of the Climate: 2023 smashes records for surface temperature and ocean heat

Last year was the warmest since records began in the mid-1800s – and likely for many thousands of years before.

Debriefed 1 March 2024: EU’s ‘flagship’ nature law approved UN environment assembly resolutions

Welcome to Carbon Brief’s Debriefed. An essential guide to the week’s key developments relating to climate change.

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