At this university, courses are aimed at improving students’ mental health

At this university, courses are aimed at improving students' mental health

A university in Wales offered psychology students the opportunity to take courses focused on wellness. Experience has shown that participation in these programs helped to reduce their psychological problems. Economic insecurity, stress, fear, loneliness, uncertainties about the future… Exacerbated by the pandemic, student shortages are a real public health problem. Many universities are looking for … Read more

Do you have the right to dig a well at home?

Do you have the right to dig a well at home?

The rare rains, the heat, the growing awareness of climate change and the repeated fires remind us how precious water is. While several French cities have been without drinking water for a few days and the restrictions on the water are increasing, many of us wonder about our consumption. What if digging a well in … Read more

Death of designer Sempé: 16 illustrations that pay tribute to the father of “Little Nicolas”

Death of designer Sempé: 16 illustrations that pay tribute to the father of "Little Nicolas"

“Le Petit Nicolas” is an orphan. This Thursday, August 11, the designer Jean-Jacques Sempé passed away at the age of 89. A disappearance that plunges comic book fans into deep sadness and nostalgia… These drawings brought us joy, emotion and bursts of laughter. Jean-Jacques Sempé, famous for his “Petit Nicolas” albums (15 million copies sold … Read more

Slovenia, an example of ecotourism

Slovenia, an example of ecotourism

Looking for a destination “last minute” for your holidays, preferably ecotourism? Slovenia is the perfect place. We go there for its lush beaches, its mountainous landscapes, its lakes or its famous spas… But Slovenia also stands out for its environmentally conscious commitment.. Nestled between Italy and Croatia, this Central European country promotes ecotourism, in particular … Read more

Cambodia: around Angkor, the fragile return of endangered wildlife

Cambodia: around Angkor, the fragile return of endangered wildlife

Around the temples of Angkor, seven baby gibbons play in the jungle where this endangered species is benefiting from a reintroduction program, but despite poaching and deforestation, their future remains uncertain. “The project is going very well”rejoiced with AFP Nick Marx, one of the Wildlife Alliance leaders, who observed the black or white fur monkeys … Read more