A breath-taking documentary about the impact of the fishing industry on the oceans. It is not light to watch, but you should definitely see it if you believe that we live in climate emergency times. I have always been doubtful about the fish certifying schemes such as MSC or Safe Dolphins, and this documentary only confirmed my worries.
At the same time, I am not 100% sure if going vegan will solve a problem created by overfishing. I am afraid that unless humanity changes and stops seeing itself as superior to nature and animals, going vegan will have a limited effect. Watch Seaspirace on Netflix or https://www.seaspiracy.org.
A beautiful novel, written by Maud Ankaoua, about changing your life by changing the way you think.
When Maëlle discovers that her best friend Romane has cancer, she agrees to travel to Nepal to find a secret manuscript that can save Romane’s life. She embarks on a life-changing journey that will take her all the way to the sanctuary under Annapurna mountain.
You can borrow the book in your local library or buy it on ExLibris, Payot, or Fnac. The book is available in French.
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