Senegal River ArticleTypha is an invasive species that has invaded a large part of the Senegal River delta and is spreading rapidly. By limiting fishing and cultivation areas and threatening local biodiversity, this environmental scourge has not been controlled for three decades and cannot be eradicated. For several years now, GRET and its local partners have been implementing an innovative strategy to transform this scourge into an opportunity by using typha as a fuel. Here is how…
Rhone TestimonialA tsunami on Lake Geneva, really? At the Museum of Lake Geneva in Nyon in the canton of Vaud, we learn that a wave of 13 metres swept across the lake in 563, carrying everything before it. We look back on this incredible discovery with Lionel Gauthier, curator and director of the museum.