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  • Sustainable development
  • History of the association
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  • Activities
  • "En selle pour le déVELOppement durable" sera à Rennes pour la grande manifestation anti-nucléaire
  • Rennes : nous y étions ce 17 mars à l’appel du collectif international « STOP EPR »
  • Educationnal materials
  • Project

  • Video
  • The team
  • The itinerary
  • Activities
  • The budget
  • Las próximas citas
  • Cycle-nomads and luxury travellers: the search for inspiring experience
  • The Primevere eco-show: searching for ethical sponsors
  • The "Sustainable Development Forum": this time from an exhibitor’s viewpoint
  • Ready to pedal? official departure in 7 days...
  • Assembling the "Asia-mobile": the Rolls Royce of bikes
  • Quille s’engage dans la voie du developpement durable !
  • Tous les résultats de la tombola en ligne
  • Démarchage à vélo : la tournée des centres commerciaux de l’Agglo de Rouen
  • Désormais 400 lots - 3000 euros à la tombola "équitable" du lycée Les Bruyères !
  • Bicycle diaries

  • Where we are now
  • Other travellers
  • Practical advice cyclo-travellers
  • China’s selective tourism policy
  • Yurt surfing - green tourism in the mountains
  • Modern-day nomads of the Karakalpak desert (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan)
  • Tribal China - surviving modernity
  • Cycle-railing it across Europe: descent into the surreal
  • Ganges - unclogging India’s artery
  • Where on earth has the Aral Sea gone?
  • Veg or non-veg? Good reasons to go green
  • Tsunami: a lesson in natural disasters?
  • The tarmac bites into the sand
  • India: On yer bike
  • India: time to reduce, reuse, recycle
  • Kazakhstan - Uzbekistan: the desert by bike
  • Rural Uzbek life: big family, few external needs
  • Laos, future battery of Asia... but at what cost?
  • The Himalayan ice fortress under climate attack
  • Roadside merchants - fair trade, local products
  • Mongolia: life in an extreme climate
  • Historical monuments – surviving in the era of pollution
  • Naadam: Nomad Olympics
  • Pakistan: little angels and bad boys
  • Samarkand: ancient heritage of a bygone era
  • Vietnam... what man has done with geological wonders
  • Andaman Islands: fun on the ferry
  • Kyrgyzstan : back to school
  • Paris - Baku: plane or train?
  • Air pollution: wind of change
  • Crossing the Caspian Sea: the Ferry of Chaos
  • One wheel in Asia
  • Xin Jiang, China: head out on the Karakoram Highway
  • China on red alert for emissions !
  • Baku - petrol, pollution and a warm welcome
  • Beijing: clean on the inside, dirty on the outside
  • Calcutta - concrete jungle, urban village
  • Deforestation – on the green gold trail
  • Holy monkey! India’s sacred animals claim their rights
  • How I rediscovered Thailand
  • India: Urban apes - in pictures
  • India: welcome to the land of colour, music and tolerance!
  • Over the mountains, no petrol
  • Rural Thailand: off the beaten track
  • The rebel women of Central Asia
  • The two faces of Thai tourism
  • Tibetan refugees put eco-theory into practice
  • Wild India under attack from people and climate
  • China: what is left of the land of the poets?
  • Cycle-tourist’s heaven and hell meet in Pakistan
  • China pedals on
  • Eating Chinese: fuel for 1.3 billion
  • Building a new Laos
  • From steppe to slum: urbanising Mongolia
  • Mongolia - mining a new future
  • Oil threat bypasses Baikal to re-emerge further East
  • Kashgar, a cycle-nomads’ oasis
  • Laos: a smiling welcome
  • Thailand urban style: Bangkok boom
  • Uzbekistan: streets are for cycling!
  • La grande messe avant le départ du déVELOtour Asia a eu lieu enfin ce matin à la salle polyvalente du Lycée « Les Bruyères »
  • Turkey: Eastern faces looking West
  • A week in the Kazakh desert: water and sun…
  • China: destroy and reconstruct!
  • Where we’ve been
  • Photo gallery

  • The best of Develotour Asia
  • Develotour Asia - the funny side
  • Press book

  • Paris Normandie, 17th July 2008
  • Globules - juin 2008
  • Paris Normandie - mid-way interview
  • Indian regional newspaper
  • Indian news paper DENIK JAGRAN
  • Paris Normandie - departure
  • France Bleu Haute Normandie (local radio)
  • France 3 Normandie
  • Globules magazine - April 2007
  • Agglo-mag - free magazine for the Rouen agglomeration
  • Other journeys

  • Critical Mass invades London streets
  • Oil pipeline that could kill lake Baikal edges closer
  • Bolivia : a scientific expedition on an Andean tropical glacier
  • Cycling Nice to Rome
  • Baikal balances between eco-tourism and eco-disaster
  • Madagascar: Sustainable transport by necessity
  • Contacts

  • Leave a public message
  • Correspondance avec l’école Ampère, Saint-Etienne du Rouvray
  • Correspondence with Jean Cocteau high-school (Miramas, France)
  • Correspondance avec le lycée Les Bruyères, Sotteville-lès-Rouen
  • Links

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  • Your articles

  • How to write an article
  • New York, a great city for bike infrastructure
  • El Sena, un inmenso vertedero. Descubra la Normandía que se oculta a los turistas.
  • Uranium leak shocks France
  • Falleció Vassili Borissovitch Nesterenko, uno de los más eminentes físicos nucleares de la ex URSS y fervoroso anti nuclear
  • La red francesa "Sortir du nucléaire" acusa a Sarkozy por entregarse a un "trueque nuclear" injustificable a cambio de enfermeras búlgaras.
  • French eco-mobility week - 16 to 22 September
  • Bon sens et humanisme contre défaitisme et irresponsabilité.
  • Dangerous cycling on Corneille Bridge in Rouen.
  • Cycling and pollution in Norway
  • Le Laos cherche sa voie...
  • Richard COLNOT, poète du quotidien intime.
  • Transports en commun à Bangkok : d’énormes progrès à faire
  • Les lots de la Tombola équitable (juin 2007) ne seront plus récupérables après le 31 octobre 2007.
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