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Yann Arthus BERTRAND:

Yann Arthus-Bertrand (born March 13, 1946 in Paris) is a French photographer, journalist, reporter and environmentalist.
In April 2007 he started directing a movie firstly called Boomerang. He later changed the title into Home. The movie is produced by Luc Besson and financed by the PPR group (a French multinational company). It was Yann Arthus-Bertrand's intention to show the state of our planet and the challenges humanity faces.
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Jean-Marie PELT:

 

Professor Jean-Marie Pelt (born 24 October 1933) is a French botanist. Jean-Marie Pelt founded the European Institute of Ecology in 1972. He is the author of several books and produced several television series for French TV.
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Pierre Rahbi Interview:

 

Pierre Rabhi (b. Kenadsa, Algeria, 1938) is a French writer, farmer and environmentalist. Originally a Muslim, he converted to Christianity when he started his studies in France as a youth. He invented the concept of « Oasis en tous lieux » - Oasis in any place. He proposes a society that functions in a manner that respects populations and land and supports the development of agricultural techniques that take care of the environment preserving natural resources. His theories relate particularly though not exclusively to arid countries.
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