Le Potager du Sloth, video presentation by Didier Helmstetter (aka Did67): its origin, its objectives and principles ... Legend of the introductory photo: "The owner of the Potager du Sloth surprised at work ... explanation! The "Lazy Potager" is a way to produce vegetables "more than organic", in abundance, without any work of the [...]
For more solidarity between capital and work or how to move the lines in the company for more equity in compensation? In his book "For more solidarity between capital and work" (L'Harmattan 2004 edition) Remi Guillet emphasizes the importance of the challenge of the company in the equitable sharing of [...]
Yesterday the association Médecins du Monde has broadcast an advertising campaign "incisive" on the Internet about the price of abusive drug treatment. The campaign has, in fact, been refused broadcast by "traditional" displays by the Authority of professional regulation of advertising (ARPP). JCDecaux, MediaTransport and the Insert have therefore refused the displays of this [...]
Lazy garden: gardening effortlessly with hay. Hay: a super-material "4 in 1" DR photos: Didier Helmstetter. Introductory photo: vegetables grown in soil never worked - no spade, no pickaxe, no hoe, no grelinette ... And of course, without using a tiller! The use of hay instead of other [...]
La Potager du Sloth, produce vegetables "more than organic", almost without work, with yields equivalent to those of a classical garden: a dream? Not in the "Lazy Potager"! DR photos: Didier Helmstetter. Introductory photo "Lazy Potager in Action, its motto: less active ingredients; no more gray matter! In what he [...]
Since KE Boulding's famous sentence and the publication of the Club of Rome report, this physical limit has become a commonplace: more reason to be wary of it and to question the validity of the assertion, since with global warming, these are the two pillars of a soft "ecological" critique of the functioning of our societies. If I call this type of criticism "soft", it's because it's blind to other phenomena and, if it is, it's because, basically, it completely agrees with our way of doing things. and deplores the fact that material obstacles are hindering its triumphant march.
The "Seas of the South" editions have just published "A life to change era" whose author Rémi Guillet has already published many articles on the Econologie.com website ... The works and goals of the Econologie site converge with those of Rémi and this for 2 essential reasons: Remi defends the links, not necessarily obvious for all, between the economy [...]