David Sens. Occupation: beekeeper

Meet David Sens in one of his apiaries in foothills of the Pyrenees mountains near Oloron-Sainte-Marie. In a traditional way, he harvest here, in the fifty hives, each withs tens of thousands bees, honey, pollen, propolis.
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Spates in Oloron-Sainte-Marie

High levels of the gaves (rivers) of Aspe and Ossau in Oloron-Sainte-Marie in the french Pyrenees.
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Local environment actions

From National Day of Sustainable Development to the actions of the Béarn Initiatives Environment organisation, many events are organised locally to meet this great challenge that is the preservation of our environment. Here are a few examples of different reports, whether as a spectat
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Major Risks in the Pyrénées

Major risks, whether natural, avalanches, floods, earthquakes, or technological, due to accidents, pollution, are a major concern in the Pyrenees. The flood of the century With a few images, here is an example of extreme weather events, the “flood of the century” of Novemb
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Daniel Collot’s natural farming class

Invited by Welcome Home Fundation in Bacolod, Daniel Collot and his wife Mechelle conducts a natural farming class to the deaf students, teaching them productive technics for organics culture. You can read the article in french here or see the photo-albums for the plantation part and
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Negros Occidental: The Eco-Agri Tourism Destination to Watch (by Bebol Carreon)

Text by Bebol CARREON, photography by Pierre-Emmanuel MICHEL. This story was also featured in the october 2013 issue of Mabuhay Magazine. The Philippines and its 7107 islands have always been blessed with the beauty and wealth of its natural resources, but it still lags behind its ASE
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