Warning to investors over claims
Instead of sitting hidden and unused in a drawer they can be recycled for valuable materials
Imagination, commitment and hard work can help rebuild rural life as these villages show
Hunters support historic move which will cover popular hiking routes around Annecy
Getting rid of hedges could have many negative consequences...
UNUSED farming land in the Dordogne has been given a new lease of life in a project which uses public money to support young farmers and put sheep on to land that would otherwise revert to woodland.
40 years after it was founded in Brittany, the world’s first body totally dedicated to plant conservation resurrected an entire species from a single half-dead seed. Emily Commander investigates
Griffon vultures in the Grand Causses Regional Natural Park in Aveyron are being used to measure weather patterns - which could help forecasters make more accurate predictions in the future.
FRANCE has opened the largest solar farm in Europe, producing enough electricity to power a city the size of Bordeaux.
Aree wolves a threat to livestock and even people or are rural communities’ complaints just fear-mongering? Oliver Rowland looks at recent events, while Crispin Andrews considers the arguments
A businesswoman in the south of France is producing cardboard coffins because she says they are more ecological and cheaper than traditional wooden coffins.
Year-long experiment in heart of capital of Auvergne Rhone-Alpes is world's first long-term public trial of driverless vehicles