Xperiential, The Positive Tourism Podcast

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The Xperiential podcast is an independent media created by François Huet (Vice-President of the Board of Directors of DéfisMed) which identifies the action levers necessary to rethink the current tourism model by meeting committed stakeholders.

L’ Aoubré, France (Nature Park)

Rémy Roseau, with a background in agronomy and ecology, realized his dream at the age of 50 by creating a forest leisure park on his family land. His passion for ecotourism is driven by the desire to educate visitors about ecosystems and environmental protection. His entrepreneurial journey was marked by resilience, adapting to challenges, and embracing a positive mindset, all while fostering unique, eco-conscious experiences. Rémy’s advice for ecotourism ventures: careful planning, financial readiness, and staying open to opportunities in the industry for a meaningful ecological transition.

Environmental Health Chat


This podcast series explores how environmental exposures affect our health. Each episode highlights ways researchers work in partnership with community groups to understand and address environmental health issues.

Radio Ecohealth


Radio Ecohealth is a community radio station with a variety of talk shows and music & promoting of Pierr@Ecohealth Products.

Food Fight


Our Food Fight podcast explores the major challenges facing the food system and the innovations and entrepreneurs looking to solve them.

Podcast Episode – The Role of Youth in Transforming the Food System

It’s been over a year since our FutureFoodMakers released their #MenuForChange – six clear action points the sector needs to address for a sustainable food system. For the last episode of series 4, we checked in with Júlia Montoliu and Chloé Dorin (two of our youth food system representatives) to hear about their journey so far and plans for prompting a positive change in our food system.

Bridging Knowledge Systems: A Community-Participatory Approach to EcoHealth

Earth’s life-supporting ecosystems are integral to human and planetary health. Ecosystem services connect ecosystem functions to human well-being. The complex, multifaceted socio-ecological challenges of ecosystem decline necessitate a transdisciplinary approach, including the active and meaningful engagement and participation of local communities. Communities uniquely possess expert local knowledge, which, when integrated into policy development and community planning, has the potential to enhance and sustain ecosystem benefits for health and wellbeing. Community-informed mapping tools provide an opportunity for integrating science, policy, and public participation in data collection. However, there is a dearth of community-informed mapping tools demonstrating the interconnection of the ecological and social determinants of health at a place-based level.