Tag: water

  • Zero emission transport

    Zero emission transport

    Producing hydrogen by electrolysis of water using various primary sources of carbon-free energy (wind, sun, water) could prove useful for trucks (which contribute 25% of CO2 emissions in the transport sector), public transport and boats. Unlike electric cars, which consume lithium, the use of which is harmful to the environment, hydrogen produced by electrolysis of…

  • Fashion


    On average, it takes 10,000 litres of water to produce 1 kilo of cotton, or 2,500 to 3,000 litres for a standard T-shirt (250 to 300 grams of cotton). That’s a lot of water consumption for such a small piece of fabric! 4% of the world’s drinking water is used to produce our clothes. The…

  • Stop the all-concrete approach

    Stop the all-concrete approach

    Concrete dominates today’s buildings. And yet it has major shortcomings. It consumes a lot of water and energy, produces a lot of CO2 and lasts only 80 years at best for reinforced concrete. What’s more, it doesn’t provide sufficient protection from the heat, leading to increased use of air conditioning, which in turn exacerbates global…

  • Protecting water

    Protecting water

    We recently received instructions to save water. We all agree that water is a precious resource that must be preserved. Why aren’t the big water consumers targeted by these measures? Intensive corn, cotton and soya farming, concrete buildings and golf courses consume a lot of water. What specifically is being done to curb the massive…

  • Since I stopped working And started thinking again It works in my favor!

    Since I stopped working And started thinking again It works in my favor!
  • Exit the problem!

    Exit the problem!

    Exit the problem! To know the legislation in your country, click on your country here: LEGOSH Occupational Safety and Health (OSH): https://www.ilo.org/dyn/legosh/en/f?p=14100:1000:0::NO::: Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici:https://aurianneor.tumblr.com/post/176949094965/issues-au-secours-pour-connaître-la-législation Bataclan 2015 –  Heysel Stadium 1985 – World trade center 2001 – Overloaded boats with passengers Africa Asia – Grenfell tower 2017-  Mecca 2015- Miners in Chile 2010…

  • Healthy Soda

    Healthy Soda

    Healthy Soda Half a lemon juice + 1 liter of water = ça mousse (foam) You can also add slices of fresh ginger roots and add them to this drink.  You can also make variations to this recipe: it works with oranges, strawberries, grapefruits or anything you like. The Guardian – Grandma’s all-natural recipes: when…

  • Broccoli Tree

    Broccoli Tree

    Broccoli Tree Change a plane tree into broccoli, why?? – La taille des platanes, c’est tout un art! – Signé Genève: http://www.signegeneve.ch/geneve/centre/la-taille-des-platanes-cest-tout-un-art.html As for chard, here is an healthy and easy recipe : Cut the blett in small pieces. (Optional, I add a celery stalk, cut into small pieces as well). Melt them in hot olive oil…

  • Far à la flotte

    Far à la flotte

    “Water is made to sail or wash …” says an old retired Breton sailor I know well. Far Breton recipe Preheat oven to 180°C (356°F). In a bowl, mix 6 eggs, 75 g whole cane sugar, 1 1/2 packets vanilla sugar, 150 g whole-wheat and/or spelt and/or rye flour. Gradually add 750 ml whole milk.…

  • Pay attention to toilets

    Pay attention to toilets

    Guggenheim museum reportedly offered the White House a golden toilet: https://edition.cnn.com/2018/01/25/politics/guggenheim-white-house-van-gogh-toilet/index.html If Donald Trump was responsible he would pay more attention to toilets. Bill Gates and WHO do. WHO – Reinventing the toilet for 2.5 billion in need: http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/92/7/14-020714/en You can save 70% of water in developed countries by changing your toilet flush for a model invented…