Animal species that reappear
Through our fights, we defend the maintenance of biodiversity and fight against the disappearance of species. The destruction of natural environments, the pollution of water and soil,... Read More
The alarming decline of insects
For several years, OMPE has been fighting to protect animals and preserve biodiversity. With the Earth Gene Library and Charles Darwin parks, 2 of our projects for the planet, we... Read More
California ravaged by forest fires
In the tragedy that California is going through, the images speak for themselves. Burnt houses and charred cars, evacuees, firefighters and ravaged forests : California is currently... Read More
Rising waters and climate refugees : the challenge of tomorrow
When we read the climate studies, many believe that the announced disasters are still far ahead of us and that we still have time to... Read More
Air conditioning, a plague for the environment
Air conditioning is (almost) everywhere : in our homes, in shopping centers, in public institutions and even… in the streets ! In Qatar, the authorities found... Read More
The unknown impacts of forest fires
In recent years, and again this summer, forest fires have multiplied. By ravaging thousands of hectares, they have dramatic consequences for the environment, biodiversity, the economy and tourism. But... Read More
Should we be afraid of our factories ?
On September 26, 2019, the city of Rouen and its 110,000 inhabitants were covered by a gigantic plume of black smoke. In question : a fire that... Read More
Big World Environmental Trials : it’s time to judge politics and multi-nationals !
In September 2018, United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned of “disastrous” consequences for the environment in case of inaction in the next 2 years. The latest report... Read More
The OMPE is talking about it in Parliament !
In a recent interview for Le Courrier du Parlement (to be published soon), a magazine circulated among others in the Senate and the National Assembly, the OMPE was... Read More
Global warming stronger than expected : a predictable announcement
Nearly 30 years after the first IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report in 1990, the forecasts announced at the time are confirmed. In this report, scientists... Read More