Balisage

Imprisoned, impaled, harpooned, desecrated

10 Jun 2024

Imprisoned, impaled, harpooned, desecrated

This is the hard life of cetaceans

France
The public is being consulted until June 18, 2024 on a draft decree concerning new management methods for dolphins born in jail and sentenced to life imprisonment. This decree is a model of hypocrisy. It is supposed to ban cetacean shows from December 1, 2026. In conjunction with the Ministry of Ecology, Marineland in Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes, Southern France) and Planète Sauvage in Port-Saint-Père (Loire-Atlantique, Western France) have found a workaround. They will be able to carry out scientific experiments in the containment pools. This animal experimentation and “medical” training will be open to the public for a fee.

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(Français) Informations sur les risques sanitaires et environnementaux des feux d’artifices

30 May 2024

Only in French.

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Shell abuse

27 May 2024

Shell abuse

On the 80th commemoration of the Normandy landings, Robin des Bois publishes its 9th inventory of discoveries and blasting of unexploded ordnance after the wars.

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“On the Trail” n°40, the defaunation bulletin

6 May 2024

“On the Trail” n°40, the defaunation bulletin

“On the Trail” n°40
the defaunation bulletin
(pdf, 261 pages – 8.2 Mb)

1,532 events with references, checked, analysed, commented and strengthened
between March 1 and May 31, 2023.
376 iconographic documents, 
10 maps and historical archives.

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(Français) La plaie des friches industrielles

29 Apr 2024

(Français) La plaie des friches industrielles

Only in French.

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Fireworks: they are playing dead

26 Apr 2024

Press release n°2

It’s almost dead calm on the front line, after Robin des Bois’ alert on the Normandy sham (1) – 95 km of coastline plunged in the fumes and rockets of some twenty synchronised fireworks displays in a supposed tribute to all the soldiers Ryan and Coleman who landed on the sand on June 6, 1944 before breaking through the jungle in the “bocage”.

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Nuclear security – briefing note

25 Apr 2024

Nuclear security – briefing note

1. Departing St Petersburg, Russia, on 29 February 2024 bound for Philadelphia, USA, the Atlantic Navigator II made an unscheduled stop in Rostock, Germany, on 4 March due to damage to its propeller.

She left Rostock on 19 April after repairs and a customs inspection. This multipurpose cargo ship is carrying 241 containers of birch plywood from the exploitation of Arctic forests and enriched uranium.

Despite the war in Ukraine and tensions between the United States of America and the Russian Federation, trade in nuclear materials has not stopped, and Russian enriched uranium continues to supply fuel for some American nuclear power stations.

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(Français) La Flèche : les traverses prennent la tangente

12 Apr 2024

Only in French.

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(Français) Seveso kaki

11 Apr 2024

(Français) Seveso kaki

Only in French.

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(Français) La confusion nucléaire

8 Apr 2024

(Français) La confusion nucléaire

Only in French.

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