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  • Waste handling
  • Aquatic ecosystems
  • Agriculture et forêts durables
  • Innovative processes
  • Protection et valorisation de la biodiversité
  • Biodiversity
  • POLLUTION AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
  • Climate change
  • AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS
  • Innovative financing of biodiversity
  • Coastal and high seas management
  • Sustainable urban territories
  • Energy transition and resilient cities
Conversation

Patrice Burger : “Agroecology must be on the agenda if it’s to become a tool recommended by the COP”

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The 15th Conference of Parties (COP15) to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification starts this Monday 9 May in Abidjan, one week after publication of the latest UNCCD report. According to the report, 40% of land is now degraded with one in two people being affected by the phenomenon. Solutions do exist however, and the agenda of this COP focuses heavily on adapting to droughts and the transition toward sustainable agriculture. Patrice Berger, President and co-founder of the NGO CARI (Centre d’actions et de réalisations internationales - Centre for International Actions and Achievements) emphasises the importance of this 15th desertification COP and the steps he is taking to propel agroecology to the top of the negotiation agenda, including through his presentation of the outcomes from the AVACLIM project.
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In the media

Le Monde features the success of the first sustainable cocoa initiative In Côte d’Ivoire

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Le Monde has published a piece on an organic fair trade cocoa initiative in Côte d’Ivoire, showcasing the Société coopérative équitable du Bandama (SCEB) with its plans to extend organic production methods across the country. There were major obstacles facing the world's leading cocoa bean producing country, where the pursuit of yield can lure cocoa farmers away from sustainable production methods. SCEB’s achievement is part of the extensive “ÉQUITÉ” programme co-financed by the FFEM and AFD to expand fair trade throughout West Africa.
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Event

Meet the FFEM at the World Forestry Congress

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The XV World Forestry Congress opens on 2 May in Seoul, bringing together the leading players in the forestry sector to assess the current state of forests and their future. With the theme of “Building a Green, Healthy and Resilient Future with Forests”, this edition includes a full week of themed discussions, including sessions addressing “Managing and communicating forest information, data and knowledge”, where the FFEM will be speaking.

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The FoFauPopU project : a biological study reveals the impact of pollution on chimpanzees

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On this World Health Day, come back to the "One Health" approach with a new study by the National Museum of Natural History. As part of the FoFauPopU project supported by the FFEM, this study evaluates the impact of environmental pollution on wildlife, and in particular, on chimpanzees. To achieve this, the Sebitioli Chimpanzee Project’s research team employed a biosurveillance method on chimpanzee pelts that is normally used for human hair.
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