Writer and philosopher Pierre Rabhi, co-founder of the Colibris movement, the agro-ecological figure in France, has died at the age of 83, AFP learned from his family on Saturday. The AFP told his son Viani that he had died on Saturday following a cerebral hemorrhage, particularly acclaimed by personalities such as Cyril Dion and Marion Cotillard, an environmental activist who had sold over 460,000 copies, “towards a happy temperance”.
This pioneer of neo-ruralism settled in 1961 on a farm in the south of France. Born in 1938 at the gates of the Algerian Sahara, Pierre Robbie was one of the pioneers of agriculture – an agricultural practice aimed at recreating the natural environment without the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Used once in sub-Saharan Africa since the 1980s, where he made numerous trips.
In him, the Buddhist monk Matthew Rickard saw a “brother of conscience.” He was admired by a wide variety of personalities, including actress Marion Cotillard and former minister Nicholas Hulod.
His countless works have been undeniably successful every time. He co-founded the Hummingbird’s Citizens’ Movement with Cyril Diane, author of the hit documentary “Demine”.
“Sometimes he is shown as a technician and he was interested in the inner workings of the people,” his son Viani told AFP. “He touched a lot of people.”
Ecologist and alternative-globalist Ceroglio’s note that he was a friend of Thomas Sankara or the legendary violinist Yehudi Menuhin already enjoyed some media exposure during an interim presidential nomination in 2002 for “introduction into the environmental and human debate.” Hurry “.
A father of five, he later divided his time into interviews, animating his foundations, writing conferences and books.
Socrates’ great admirer said, “Every man should try to know himself in order to change himself for the better.”
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