A Helping Hand for a Green Back to SchoolI act
A special "Helping Hand for Education" fund is being launched in Grenoble, Green Capital of Europe, at the start of the new school year. The aim is to help finance educational projects that contribute to raising young people's awareness of the challenges of the ecological transition in the schools and colleges of the Isère Department. An initiative whose relevance was confirmed in the summer of 2022, with its share of disasters linked to global warming.
Students from Simone Lagrange school take up the positive energy challenge!I act
Each year, Grenoble-Alpes Metropole offers a challenge to schools in the area to raise awareness of global warming and sustainable development. This year, the CM1 and CM2 from Simone Lagrange school (Grenoble) took up the positive energy challenge!
A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE: BIVOUAC AT THE BASTILLE!I dream | I act
Come and spend an immersive night in a natural environment at the gateway to the city and the mountains! From tonight, you can sleep at the Bastille! Between the city and the mountains, a temporary bivouac area has been installed at the top of the Bastille for a period of 5 months.
"ACCORDEZ VOS VÉLOS!" A LOW-CARBON TOUR STARTING FROM GRENOBLE, EUROPEAN GREEN CAPITALI dream
Musicians, conductor, instruments... all on bicycles! The Forces Majeures orchestra is getting ready to hit the road from 10 to 24 April, from Grenoble to Geneva. A "low-carbon" tour called "Accordez vos vélos !". On the programme: 250 kilometres by bike, and nearly 25 concerts in 20 stopover towns. The tour kicks off with a musical stroll through the streets of Grenoble, Green Capital of Europe, on Sunday 10 April.
Philippe Lebeaux, for the love of springtailsI dream
On April 14th, he will take part in a "Soil and Biodiversity" day organised by the Scientific Council of Grenoble, European Green Capital. Some of his works are on display at the Grenoble Museum as part of the exhibition "Les Petites Bêtes du Sol" (Little Beasts of the Soil) until April 29th. For fifteen years, photographer and video artist Philippe Lebeaux has been highlighting the biodiversity of the soil. Since his "encounter" with springtails in 2006. Portrait.
In Grenoble, a new Observatory to help protect local biodiversityI think
While the disappearance of species is accelerating, the Scientific Council of Grenoble, European Green Capital, is organising a "Soil and Biodiversity" day on April 14th at the Grenoble Museum and is officially launching the Grenoble-Alpes Biodiversity Observatory. Interview with Professor François Pompanon, from the Alpine Ecology Laboratory of Grenoble-Alpes University.
The Grenoble CivicLab rewards 4 projects!I think
Started last November, the Grenoble CivicLab saw the formation of 13 teams who embarked on a long journey to design their solution to the 4 major challenges proposed by the event's partners. After several months of work, each group will present its concept to the public on 14 April. During this evening, the jury will award the 4 prizes to the winning teams.
« PALES À MODELER » : IN SEARCH OF A SECOND LIFE FOR WIND TURBINE BLADESI act
How to give a second life to wind turbine blades after they have been dismantled? La Casemate, Gaz Électricité de Grenoble and students from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Grenoble have been thinking about this question and from Monday 28 March to Friday 1 April they are organising an exhibition and a mini-hackaton to take action.
The "4 weeks to reduce my electricity consumption (and my bill)" challenge is on!I act
For the past week, participants have been taking part in the challenge to reduce their consumption and their electricity bills. Would you like to join the challenge? It's possible!