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Honey bees, wasps, bumblebees, beetles, butterflies, and some birds all have something in common. They are the invisible little hands that work to transport pollen from one plant to another as they forage, allowing plants to fertilize and bear fruit.
Our head of digital communications has taken a closer look at the issue of digital pollution and reveals the results of her research to help you reduce your impact at the office!
For 50 years, Earth Day has been celebrated at the height of spring, on April 22nd, just as the rain gives way to the sun’s soft rays, gently rousing animals from their winter slumber. On this symbolic date, the planet’s entire population is called to come together and organize celebrations in the form of events that serve to protect and improve the environment.
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