Ten years ago to the day, the world was struck by one of the most severe nuclear disasters in history in Japan, at Fukushima. Today, it is the Japanese Prime Minister of the time, Naoto Kan himself, who in “Hopes” is sharing his testimony on the accident.
These women come from all walks of life: from all continents, all cultures, all ethnic groups. They have different backgrounds and sensibilities. They are professors, doctors, journalists, scientists, lawyers, sociologists, ethologists, politicians, Nobel Prize winners...
If Hopes, will be released in a few days now, we wanted to reserve some surprises until the last moment. It's time to unveil the names of some of the latest personalities involved in the project, such as the famous ethologist Jane Goodall.
The pandemic has long cast doubt on the release date of "Hopes". The health crisis has indeed considerably complicated the finalization of the book, whose release had to be postponed several times. But we are now reaching our goal!
At the start of 2021, the Symbiom site will be getting a facelift in order to gradually offer a whole new set of contents over the coming months. This update will be done progressively with, in particular, the implementation of a new graphic charter from the very start of the year.
The news was intentionally kept confidential. Greek composer Vangelis announced it himself in a press release: a musical project will emerge around Yannick Monget's “Hopes” project.
"In order to understand the current environmental crisis, we will [...]
To discover in the February issue of Cahiers de Sciences et Vie, this file on the influence of the climate on artists through history, with for the contemporary period a stop on three authors, the French Y. Arthus Bertrand, Y. Monget and the American writer J. Steinbeck.