On the occasion of Earth Day, the teams from Europe 1 are mobilizing to inform and educate listeners about climate issues.
Positive initiatives developed by companies, through the small, simple everyday gestures of citizens, journalists and station hosts surrounded by their guests, will demonstrate, through reports and testimonials, that each action counts to reduce the impact on the environment.
Numerous meetings and red thread guests will follow one another throughout this special day on the Europe 1 antenna:
Europe Matin (7 am-9am), presented by Matthieu Belliard
Mylène Durant, biologist and "blob" specialist, an organism that leaves with Thomas Pesquet in space will be the guest of Matthieu Belliard's "Tête-à-tête" at 7.40 am.
At 8:40 am, Fanny Agostini will return in her column to the existing positive initiatives.
Culture-Media (9 am-11am), presented by Philippe Vandel
Philippe Vandel receives youtubeur Vincent Verzat and environmental activist Camille Etienne.
Fanny Agostini, who speaks every morning on Europe 1, from his educational and ecological farm in Boisset, and Cyril Dion, co-director of the film Demain and member of the Citizen's Climate Convention, will be the “media guests” of the show before the special evening on TMC, of which Europe 1 is a partner.
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It feels good (11 am-12.30pm), presented by Anne Roumanoff
Maud Fontenoy, sailor and politician, will speak at the microphone of Europe 1 on her commitment to protecting the oceans.
Christophe Maé, will perform his song "L'ours" live, an ode to ecology.
Hondelatte Raconte (2 pm-3pm), by Christophe Hondelatte
Christophe Hondelatte will tell the story of Swiss explorer Sarah Marquis in search of the Tasmanian Tiger.
An animal officially disappeared in the 1930s, but that some locals claim to have seen recently ...
Walk-in (3 pm-4pm), presented by Mélanie Gomez and Jimmy Mohamed
Dr Jimmy Mohamed and Mélanie Gomez will receive Professor Bruno Housset, pulmonologist and president of the Breath Foundation.
The link between asthma and pollution will be discussed.
Historically yours (4-6 p.m.), presented by Stéphane Bern and Matthieu Noël
"They are green! The ecologists before their time".
Stéphane Bern and Matthieu Noël bring together three ecologists: the red Karl Marx, the ecologically funny Louis Funès which was not only green when it fell into a vat of chewing gum, and the most famous green in the world - perhaps. be less green anyway: Hulk.
Surrounded by Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach, Olivier Poels and David Castello-Lopes who will review the origins of wind turbines, they will receive Henri Pena-Ruiz, philosopher and writer and Olivier de Funès, son of Louis de Funès.
Europe Evening (6-8 p.m.), presented by Julian Bugier
Julian Bugier will offer listeners a debate on "The bulk market and its challenges".
(8 pm-10pm), presented by Émilie Mazoyer
Émilie Mazoyer will bring back to listeners the "Live Earth" concert, a show organized on 7 continents which, on July 7, 2007, brought together the greatest international artists mobilized against global warming.