In the Amazon, Guyana is a paradise. Nature is dense, powerful and seems unshakable. But the rapid economic development of this territory leads to a destruction that seems irremediable.
Fortunately, discreet heroes are implementing alternative solutions.
Marie-Rose Gobert accompanies sick minds by plunging voluntary addicts into a natural environment. Franck Brasselet built large bioclimatic buildings and designed sustainable Amazonian architecture. Brice Epailly tries to reconcile agriculture and biodiversity, by developing agroforestry. Elodie Brunstein repairs dead soil destroyed by mining activity and revives the forest.
Each in their own way, they participate in an intelligent development of society by strengthening this vital link that connects Men to Nature