culture starts in July

culture starts in July

In all areas, multidisciplinary and eclectic on the public side, this month of July advocates openness from all points of view. A small selection of events that offer culture in new forms and off the beaten track. “In Situ – Read the world, read my city”from 1ah until July 3rd The 8the The 20th edition … Read more

Threatened by climate change, sport wants to be part of the solution

Threatened by climate change, sport wants to be part of the solution

Despite a 2020 marked by lockdown and health restrictions, sport remains popular among the French population. During this period, according to Injep (National Institute for Youth and People’s Education), 17 million licenses and other certificates of participation were issued by all federations approved by the Ministry of Sports.). A total of 36 million French people … Read more

With the intelligent solar range from Cozynergy, households save their electricity and become 100% autonomous

With the intelligent solar range from Cozynergy, households save their electricity and become 100% autonomous

Photovoltaic panel solutions are making a strong comeback as a tangible answer to an unprecedented rise in energy prices. Expert in global energetic renovations and one of the leaders in France, Cozynergy launches its Smart Solar range. Based on a project design study, each need and configuration is analyzed in order to offer the best … Read more

INTERVIEW. Faced with the ravages of a sedentary lifestyle, ‘exercise is first and foremost a public health tool’

INTERVIEW.  Faced with the ravages of a sedentary lifestyle, ‘exercise is first and foremost a public health tool’

Relax, surpass yourself, sharpen team or competitive spirit or shape your dream body – there are many reasons to do sports. We often forget that physical activity is also and above all a guarantee for health. While obesity and overweight have been on the rise since the 1960s, there has been a parallel marked decline … Read more

Rugby. Folau, Fekitoa, Tamanivalu… These players who will make their debut with their new country

Rugby.  Folau, Fekitoa, Tamanivalu… These players who will make their debut with their new country

Through Simon Gallier Published on Jun 30 22 @ 3:28pm Rugby News See my messages Follow this media Malakai Fekitoa, who made 24 caps for the All Blacks, now represents Tonga, his country of origin. (©Icon Sports) Since 1ah January, the board World Rugby has introduced a relaxation of the current eligibility rules for international … Read more