Frenchman Jérémie Pichon and his family live with for the « Zero waste » way of life. With his wife Bénédicte they wrote the best-selling book « Zero waste family ». On Saturday, December 8, the pope of the philosophy will give a lecture in Geneva. He responded positively to the invitation of the Zero Waste Switzerland association.
Bern-based Caotina launches a spread for bread: Caotina Crème Chocolat! It contains cocoa powder, hazelnuts and vegetable oils, including oil certified RSPO – because Caotina is a Swiss company founded 55 years ago, concerned about protecting the environment.
Alain Giroud, a gastronomic critic of the Tribune de Genève since 1978, presented his new book 40 ans dans les cuisines des grands chefs, on Thursday, October 18, at Café Slatkine. The public came in large numbers to meet Alain Giroud. GLP Club was present!
On November 10, at Catalyse, Camille Bourquin offers an introductory course on « growling », a singing technique with which the singer transmits his energy.
From September 6 to October 15, 2018, Genevan painter Didier Philippe exhibits his paintings at the Les Régates gallery in Versoix. He will reveal his work, inspired by the right-bank of Lake Geneva. GLP Club could meet the artist before the launch of his « exposition » !
Comedian from Valais Yann Lambiel adapts French sing Oldelaf’s « Tristitude » to define what it means to be Swiss. This gives a cruel and very fair (and very cultural) song: « La Suissitude »!
Do you have a question and want a personalized answer? « InterroGE” is an remote information service provided by the Geneva City Library Network since 2013. It offers a reliable answer and its sources as well, in less than three days !
Swiss political cartoonist Patrick Chappatte caricatures the news for daily newspapers Le Temps and in German-speaking Switzerland Neue Zürcher Zeitungen (NZZ) and also for world-famous New York Times.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research, « le CERN », was founded in 1954. Since then, it frequently causes particle collisions in a 27-kilometer tunnel near Geneva. One of its researcher, an Englishman called Tim Berners-Lee, invented the World Wide Web in 1989.