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In the presence of Patrice Cellario, Government Counselor – Minister of the Interior and Isabelle Bonnal, Director of National Education, Youth and Sports, three hundred students from the public and private institutions of the Principality had the chance to meet Pierre Rabhi and to discuss with him their concerns about the future of humanity.
Essayist, novelist, farmer, lecturer and ecologist, Pierre Rabhi is the founder of the association “Colibris”. Created in 2007, this movement mobilizes for the construction of an ecological and human society, based on the “happy sobriety” of which Pierre Rabhi wants to be the defender.
“What are your relations to humanism?”, “Are man-made damage to nature reversible?” “Are you optimistic for the future?” Or “How to make us want to act?” These are the questions that were asked of him.
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