Since its inception on November 17, the Yellow Vests movement has been echoing the news in the media. This demonstration has already caused a lot of damage in France. It has grown and many are wondering about the future of this movement. How long will the blockages last? The demonstration […]
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Alert Book "The Water That We Are" by Pierre Rabhi and Juliette Duquesne
The water that we are, “Alert Notebooks” Collection by Pierre Rabhi and Juliette Duquesne The Alert Notebooks collection is intended to be synthetic books, accessible to all to raise public awareness of key issues. This early November 2018 will release a new Alert Book dedicated to water. I present it to you here because on the one hand […]
Health: heat wave or heat wave, think of auxiliary mobile air conditioners!
After a long, gray and freezing winter 2017-2018, spring is here and there! The beautiful days return, the temperatures rise and with them, the risk of heat wave or heat wave. If it is rather easy to fight against the cold, to protect oneself from the heat is more difficult and […]
Moonlite project: reducing the environmental impact of bitcoins
Do crypto currencies have an impact on the environment? If you read the financial press at all, the spectacular boom experienced over the past ten years (and especially in 2017) by the price of Bitcoin, the famous currency invented by the “pseudonym” Satoshi Nakamoto, will not have escaped you. Perhaps you are even one of the ambitious who […]
Broken prices and low cost. Economic blessing or danger?
Low Cost: aided by considerable technological progress over the past two centuries, economic strategies have been guided by insatiable "capitalist" challenges, always more demanding in terms of profits and always justified by the intervention of the invisible hand (1) "supposed to optimize for the greater number the result of choice responding to […]
Pollution: wet combustion in Beijing to fight SMOG, NOx and CO
Beijing's problem: reducing its NOx (nitrogen oxides) emissions from boilers for public health. Strict limits on NOx emissions from boilers have been introduced to tackle smog in Beijing. Dr Gregory Zdaniuk, Joël Moreau and Lu Liu examine the use of wet combustion, a subject raised […]
The stakes of a new development model
After several centuries when science, the model of economic development and the technological developments which resulted from it have enchanted and made dream the world, at least the Western world, here is that a thousand pitfalls have arisen so that these "progress" have become questionable, subjects with caution, because of their serious impact with irreversible consequences […]
More equity and solidarity in the economy: an equation of economic equity?
If we have published a lot (1) on our vision of fairness and solidarity in and with the company, including on our blog RémiG DPP (see in particular the article "Ideal remuneration model in the company"), he news of the milk and meat sectors leads us to reconsider our approach to the equitable distribution of value […]
The gray energy of construction, the hidden face of the sector!
The gray energy of construction and the “gray CO2” of components, the hidden face of the building and construction industry. The orientations of European policy on embodied energy in construction. The new data on climate change necessarily lead us to significantly reduce our consumption of fossil energy, […]
Extension of the authorization of Roundup (Glyphosate) for 5 years in Europe… We say thank you who?
In debate since 2015, Europe has today decided… towards the extension of the authorization of RoundUp despite the health risks for human health and wildlife. Indeed, the Member States agreed on Monday to re-authorize glyphosate for 5 years during an appeal committee after more than two years of intense debates on this herbicide […]
Senseo coffee machine clogged or dirty that no longer flows? Clean it to increase its life and prevent breakdown!
Since 2015, about 2 years, I use a Senseo 2 or 3 times a day almost every day. The limestone light has been on for months but I only noticed a real drop in flow a few days ago. And a decreasing flow rate means shorter coffees, since […]
Black Friday: an ode to consumption! A Black Friday… of pollution?
For a week we have been basking or spamming us with the week “black friday”… a day of “supposedly” exceptional business… Even the television news talks about it, which reflects a level of me.r.diatic information (1) very high! Certainly not! It is a disguised pay day that will force people to equip themselves, again, with consumer goods that they do not have […]
From Paris to Fukushima, the secrets of a disaster
Fukushima disaster. Documentary Crisis cell: from Paris to Fukushima, the secrets of a catastrophe (full documentary). The magazine "Crisis cell" returns on Sunday February 12, 2017 on the Fukushima disaster and shows the amateurism and improvisation of the Japanese and that of France (which for example sends out-of-date moderator Boron and […]
Google SEO: it becomes SEO Google Gogole? Friendly user of the user Feindly?
Active as a Webmaster for over 15 years, I am starting to ask myself a lot of questions about the relevance of Google SEO (known as “Google SEO”). Here is an article about Google's Search Engine Optimization (SEO) that seems to be "going crazy" right now… at least in […]
Energy Label: improve information on energy performance and product durability
Energy label: The UFC has just published a study on the performance and durability of products which are a growing concern for consumers. While the revision of the Energy Label Directive is still underway at European level, UFC - Que Choisir publishes the final results of a qualitative survey (1) which highlights the very […]
Phenoculture, "official" name of the hay mulch permaculture technique developed for econology
Initiated in the spring 2014 on forums site, Didier Helmstetter's “permaculture” hay mulch technique is enjoying growing success both in terms of productivity results and popularity, with many gardeners testing the technique all over France ! As a reminder, this […]
Ma-Bonne-Action.com, solidarity marketing, humanitarian and charitable
Econologie.com presents Ma-Bonne-Action.com, a solidarity, humanitarian and charitable marketing initiative by Laurent Berthelot. An Ulule campaign has just been launched. Explanations. Take back control of your data and make it a good deed. Choose: when, what and how to receive the good deals that concern you. For each advertisement viewed, you fund associations for free. " Do you want […]
Converting CO2 (+ water + electricity) into ethanol fuel by "nano-spike" catalysis!
Nano-Spike catalysis; discovery of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory made a bit… by chance! The process makes it possible to obtain ethanol from CO2, electricity and water in the presence of a specific nano-catalyst called Nano-Spike. The announced yield on electricity is 60 to 70% which is acceptable on condition that renewable electricity is used (the process […]
Electric transport (Lipo) VS thermal (gasoline): criteria for choosing a battery and comparative calculations
The performance of electric transport depends heavily on the quality of their batteries. It is currently the real Achilles heel which limits the development of electric propulsion, as well in road transport as maritime and… that air of course. We present to you a quick little state of the art of the performance of Lithium-Polymer batteries currently on the […]
The Algeco elementary architecture competition
For the 5th consecutive year, the Algeco brand has launched an architecture competition aimed at young architects and students of interior architecture and design *. This year, for the 2015-2016 edition, the theme was as follows: "Transit 2025: what is a transit point in 10 years?" ". The objective was therefore to propose […]
Wolvendael Magazine: The Kitchen Garden Lazy, better than permaculture, Didier Helmstetter
The number 621 of Wolvendael Magazine of September 2016 devotes a 2-page article on the technique of the Potager du Laesseux. This article was written by Stève Polus (former editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Le Soir") and it is the very first written press article on the improved permaculture technique initiated and […]
Economy: from a certain prosperity to a gradual austerity
Economy and Society: from a certain prosperity to progressive austerity or from the welfare state to the police state. The political debate is largely confined to the sole domain of the management of the conflicting interests of the various social categories, through political formations supposed to ensure sufficient compromises for the maintenance of the social structure. Most of […]
Le Potager du Sloth: origin, objectives and principles Video
Le Potager du Paresseux, presentation video by Didier Helmstetter (alias Did67): its origin, its objectives and its principles… Caption of the introductory photo: "The owner of the Potager du Laesseux surprised at work… explanation! "The" Potager du Laesseux "is a way of producing vegetables" more than organic ", in abundance, without any labor […]
Forbidden Country Doctors of the World against price gouging of some drugs
Yesterday the Médecins du Monde association broadcast an "incisive" advertising campaign on the Internet about the excessive prices of certain drug treatments. The campaign was in fact refused to be broadcast by “classic” displays by the Professional Advertising Regulatory Authority (ARPP). JCDecaux, MediaTransport and L'Insert therefore refused to post this […]
Le Potager du Paresseux: producing “more than organic” vegetables almost without work!
Le Potager du Laesseux, producing "more than organic" vegetables, almost without work, with yields equivalent to those of a classic garden with chemical treatments: a dream? Not with the "Potager du Laesseux"! DR photos: Didier Helmstetter. Introductory photo “The Sloth of the Vegetable Garden in action, its motto: less active ingredients; more […]