Directly concerned in its current practices and those of the future, agricultural education is strongly mobilized in the face of the challenge that climate change represents. Dependent on agriculture in its activities, agriculture, the food industry and the forest must adapt themselves to climate change. Agricultural education has seized on these subjects through education made […]

Among the large world challenges is the need to feed 9 billion people by the year 2050. In the context of crisis, and when the planet still has 842 million people suffering from hunger, fighting waste is more than ever a major issue of our societies. However, every year more than a third of the […]

From November 30 to December 11 in Paris, France will welcome the COP 21, the 21st Conference of parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The COP21 is the largest diplomatic event ever organized in France. It will bring together 196 signatories and welcome more than 40,000 people at the COP21 site […]

What are the links between forests and climate? What role do forests play in decreasing and adapting to climate change? Within a few weeks of launching the international climate change conference, here are three questions and answers to better understand the role of forests in this global fight. In what way are forests at the […]

A French agricultural high school has turned its focus to organic farming and agro-ecology in the département of Haute Garonne. Agro-ecology is a concept promoted by the French Ministry of Agriculture that seeks to combine economic, environmental and social performance, reduce the consumption of energy, water, fertilizer, pesticides and veterinary medicine, and to work in […]


May 11, 2015

Cider from Cornouille Cidre from Cornouaille, or Cornwall Cider, is a renowned apple cider produced in the northwestern part of France in the historic région of Brittany. READ MORE


May 11, 2015

  Brocciu cheese Designated as the “national cheese” of Corsica, brocciu is such an integral part of the area’s culture that poet Emile Bergerat once said “anyone who hasn’t tasted it doesn’t know the island.” READ MORE


May 11, 2015

Rhum de Martinique The rums of Martinique, an island and French overseas department in the Lesser Antilles of the Caribbean, are known around the world for their high standard of quality. The vast majority of the rum produced on Martinique is sugar-cane run, known as rhum agricole in French. Martinique has a reputation internationally of […]