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In the heart of the city of San Francisco the French School welcomes more than 1000 students from 39 different nationalities.
Two year classes under the guidance of their history and geography teachers wished to participate in the necessary awareness of climate change.
It is Iceland that has been chosen to carry this project.


A message of support and sponsorship from Yann Arhtus-Bertrand


Yann Arthus-Bertrand is a French photographer, reporter and director.

His book, Earth from the Sky, published in 1999 and from which a documentary of the same name was made in 2004, is a world bestseller.

Yann Arthus-Bertrand continued his action at the service of the Planet and its inhabitants by the creation of the foundation recognized by public utility GoodPlanet.

The GoodPlanet Foundation works in four main directions:
     Awareness of the image in the preservation of the environment
     Inform the general public about the environment and its challenges
     Educating for sustainable development
     Commit to climate change and the development of Southern countries.
HUMAN by Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Once upon a time there was the beauty of the world ...
The film Human proposes to discover in an unprecedented way the planet Earth and its inhabitants. Aerial images of our breathtaking Earth and moving interviews with its inhabitants, the Terrans.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLqft-ICVQo

Iceland: looking for new antibiotics under the ice -
France 2 - 28/02/2018


The future of the human race may be in Iceland. It is indeed on these wild lands of rock and ice that the researchers hope to discover new molecules to create new antibiotics.

In Iceland, pay equity is now mandatory -
France 2 - 07/03/2018

Equal pay is now a law in Iceland. Companies that do not comply will be heavily penalized.


Global warming: Iceland buries CO2
In Iceland, the very first negative emission plant has just been installed. It does not emit carbon dioxide, but consumes it and makes it disappear into the ground.
http://www.francetvinfo.fr/monde/environnement/rechauffement-climatique-l-islande-enterre-le-co2_2468294.html
Since 1979, the volcanologist Haroun Tazieff reports the dangers of global warming and denounces the economic model that generates too much pollution ...