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Some press articles, interviews,... about the researches developed in the ECOSYS Unit.


Melix F., 2015. Blé : favoriser l'interception des fongicides par les feuilles. La France Agricole, no 3584, 27 mars 2015, p. 22 : interview  de Corinne Robert.

QUALIAGRO EXPERIMENTATION- IMPACT OF URBAN COMPOSTS IN AGRICULTURE, Octobre 2014. Céréales. Demain, le maïs français cultivé avec nos déchets?

INRA Communiqué de presse, octobre 2014. Impact des composts d’origine urbaine en agriculture.

INRA, Département Environnement et Agronomie, octobre 2014. The QualiAgro trial.

INRA, Département Environnement et Agronomie, octobre 2014. Journée Recyclage et impact des produits résiduaires organiques (PRO) au champ.

Actu-Environnement, octobre 2014. Les composts urbains sont bons pour les sols et les cultures.


INRA, september, 2014. Use of fertilizing residual materials in agriculture and forestry. S. Houot et al. Scientific Collective Expert Report.


Interview de C. Bedos, Août 2014. Comment l'agriculture participe à la pollution de l'air ?


INRA, 2014. Atténuation des Gaz à Effet de Serre par l’agriculture. Carrefour de l'innovation Agronomique, INRA Versailles, 4 juin 2014. Vidéos en ligne, diaporamas des présentations, articles.

Voyage sous nos pieds - L'épiderme de la Terre

Intervention de Joël Michelin dans l'émission d'Arte :

Voyage sous nos pieds - L'épiderme de la Terre
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L’urine, un bon fertilisant pour les céréales

Intervention de Sabine Houot et Florent Levavasseur dans OuestFrance

L’urine, un bon fertilisant pour les céréales
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Le téléphone sonne

Les insectes : ça pique, ça gratte, c'est moche mais s'ils disparaissent, nous aussi !

Interview de Pierre Zagatti dans l'émission "Le téléphone sonne" sur France Inter
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Disparition des insectes : un drame pour la planète

Interview de Pierre Zagatti dans l'émission "C'est à dire" du 3 mars 2019
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Rapport GIEC

Emission la tête au carré : Conclusion du rapport du GIEC

Intervention de Claire Chenu
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C'est pas du vent : arrêtons de massacrer les sols

Emission de radio : C'est pas du vent : arrêtons de massacrer les sols"

Claire Chenu, Juliette Chassain et Laure Vieublé-Gonod pour RFI
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Dossier de Presse et photos exposition Paris Agricole

Exposition photo sur les grilles de l'hôtel de ville de Paris
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Put more carbon in soils to meet Paris climate pledges

Put more carbon in soils to meet Paris climate pledges

Commentaire dans Nature écrit par le Comité Scientifique et Technique de l'Initiative 4p1000 dont Claire Chenu est cosignataire.
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Climat : le pari des « émissions négatives »

Climat : le pari des « émissions négatives »

Un papier du Monde pour lequel Benoit Gabrielle a été interviewé par Pierre Le Hir (édition datée du 1er Novembre). C'est un commentaire sur le...
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