Our planet and our societies have been evolving tremendously in the past decades. We are now facing major challenges for the durability of our environment and our world.
The crucial questions to address lie at the interface between anthropic activities and their impacts on natural resources: climate change, scarsity of resources such as drinking water, pollution, growth of human population or loss of biodiversity, in particular. Our students and research are working on providing answer to these environmental problems.
17.05.13 Researchers at EPFL present new evidence for the crucial role of algae in the survival of their coral hosts. Ultra-high resolution images reveal that the algae temporarily store nutrients as ...
17.05.13 Ultra-light aircraft are being deployed in both Switzerland and Russia as part of the Léman-Baïkal project. Lake Geneva, the largest lake in the Alps, and Lake Baikal, the world’s largest ...
30.04.13 Result of a joint UNIL-FGSE-IGD and EPFL-ENAC-LASIG project initiated by Micheline Cosinschi and Stéphane Joost in 2008, the e-Atlas of Valais was funded by the Service de Développement économique (SDE), ...
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