Daniel RODARY is an ecologist, trained in Quebec. After working on various environmental scientific projects (wintering in Antarctica with emperor penguins, International Science Council, Cousteau team in Sudan), he has specialised in biomimicry, within the Biomimicry Europa association since 2009. Since 2011, he has been coordinating the "Rescue Trees" programme, which combines "oxalogeneous" trees with training in closed-loop agroforestry systems. The project takes place in Haiti, India and Mexico, always in collaboration with local NGOs.

Daniel has lived in the Ardeche and South India, where he was founder or actor of agroforestry farms. His interests cover agroforestry, permaculture, and multifunctional "biomimetic" agriculture systems in small-scale urban or peri-urban forests, the "Forêts Communes", the association's new project for France...




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