While climate change is making itself more felt month after month, the M6 group is committed, for the fourth consecutive year, to the environment with its Green Week.
From February 5 to 12, M6, W9, 6ter, Gulli and Téva offer special programming dedicated to ecology and saving the planet.
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M6 at the time of ecology
Major programs go green surfing on themes related to the subject.
“E=M6” opens the ball this Sunday, February 5 at 8:30 p.m. and will be followed by a “Capital” on the theme “Packaging, waste: the real price of the big waste!
Julien Courbet is interested in the waste treatment business.
At 11:10 p.m., Bernard de La Villardière will devote his “Exclusive Investigation” to Australia and the ecological threats that weigh on this continent.
All week long, at 2 p.m., “Un jour, un doc” will highlight new “antigaspi” houses while “Who wants to be my partner?
(Wednesday 8, 9:10 p.m.) decided to focus on green projects.
Even the characters of “Household Scenes” become seasoned ecologists for a few episodes!
From Sunday February 5 to Sunday February 12, the “12.45” and “19.45” newspapers will offer reports on the subject.
Finally, on February 12, Ophélie Meunier will present a “Forbidden Zone” whose theme will be “No more waste!
They invent the 100% recycled house”.
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Raising awareness about Gulli
W9, for its part, has chosen to project us into twenty-five years with its anticipatory magazine “2050. The world after” (Tuesday 7, at 9:05 p.m.).
Gulli, for its part, relies on raising the awareness of the youngest through its cultural daily “WazUp?
, dedicated to environmental protection, and the showing of the animated film Minuscule (Tuesday 7, at 9:05 p.m.).
Téva, she plays on humor with her Comedy Show "Save the Planet", broadcast Monday February 6 at 9 p.m.
Saturday, February 11, Élodie Gossuin will highlight these “Extraordinary Families” who have decided to become green (at 9 p.m.).
Finally, the 6play platform completes this system with a very rich program including 19 documentaries produced by the BBC (a guarantee of seriousness) as well as a series.