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Because human energy is the driving force in our lives, Into Life features men and women contributing to sustainable and harmonious development.  In keeping with the pioneering aviation spirit, let’s celebrate all that allows humanity to rise higher, go further and dream bigger!

Reforestation of the Philippines, acting now

Into life shines a spotlight on an original initiative proposed by the House of Representatives of the Philippines: every student from reception age through to higher education should plant one tree per year, as a rite of passage to graduation. Having lost 75% of its forests in a century, the archipelago is placing reforestation on the national agenda and making it a key focus.
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Tourism: splendid isolation?

When we think of holidays, we all imagine a deserted creek with crystal-clear waters; we can see ourselves on a rocky outcrop overhanging the mountains… An idyllic vision that is often far from reality. In this era of social networks, the race for the best photo can rapidly turn viral and attract hordes of visitors, to the extent that some sites are endangered.
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Well-being matters in New Zealand!

What if we were to place people’s well-being at the forefront of the country’s budgetary priorities, ahead of traditional economic indicators such as growth, employment or national debt reduction? That’s the stand taken by the New Zealand government for its 2019 budget.
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Sebastião Salgado, witness and protagonist of his time

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Musée de l'Homme in Paris is hosting an exhibition of the work of French-Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado entitled Déclarationsas part of the En droits ! season celebrating human rights.
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