Ecosystems are in danger. It’s been a reality for decades. It is essential to continue advocating for elephants, lions, tigers, chimpanzees, fish, bees, coral, bio-diversity of trees, seeds and flowers. My moral barometer about “Caring for Nature” is very high. Although it is easy to feel discouraged, it is important to keep our vigilance alive. […]
Sometimes, we come back from a long vacation with a fresh sense of who we are. I am definitively an ordinary human being, who like millions of Europeans significantly increases her carbon footprint during vacation. Driving through France from North to South, West to East, I couldn’t resist plastic bottles, industrial sandwiches, and useless trinkets […]
When I have the time, I love to illustrate the research of academics and thought leaders, especially when their work is connected to my own centers of interest. I recently worked for Andrew Hoffman, professor and director of the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan, who was looking for […]
In San Francisco, we have a website called Spare the Air, an air quality forecast to inform citizens about when to avoid using fire places and big barbecues. Sparing the air is not about saving good air for bad days. It’s about influencing the quality of the air by changing our attitude. What if we […]
Thoughts from Carole about Eco-systems and Ego-systems To read more about the scientific consensus around climate change and global warming, visit the NASA website. I believe strongly that the imbalance of our eco-system is a consequence of our collective human “ego-systems,” and that if we work on the latter, we can affect the former. It’s a passion of […]
The current environmental crisis in Beijing with this unprecedented polluted cloud highlighted for me once again the non-sustainability of our current consumer society and the urgency of re-inventing a healthy one. But this time, instead of feeling paralyzed by the complexity of the problem, I decided to offer one of my great and naive […]
Since 2007, Blog Action Day has focused bloggers around the world to blog about one important global topic on the same day. Past topics have included water, climate change and poverty. This year, the theme is FOOD. Here is my contribution…
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Click on image to enlarge. PS: Yes, it took me more than one month to draw a sequence not that deep, not that innovative, not that complex… BUT, I posted it by my self! And I discovered that the programming language is a language logical and rational that I can master if I stay logical […]