With Covivre, starting in 2019 during the pandemic I got involved for the benefit of various causes that were close to my heart. The objective was to involve the Covivre community in making donations in solidarity with those involved in coexistence. Thus, we were able to support: Les Hôpitaux de France, Les Restos du Cœur, Famille et Vacances (to help children go on vacation), SOS Femmes Battues, Les Orphelins de France and Extra Typique that supports autistic people.
Last summer I drove 2,500 kilometers in the south of France to question citizens about their vision of the post-pandemic world! At that time, I already had the idea of preparing for the Bike Tour Paris in Cape Verde, to meet the climate refugees. After working for Action Against Hunger in 2011, I was already aware of the numbers that lead us to the current climate crisis.
The story begins in a Bagneux market with a young climatic refugee traveling from Marbella to Paris in a transport truck. Therefore, it seemed essential to me to raise awareness about the anguish of the populations forced into exile due to the climate … This project quickly mobilized stakeholders in favor of the climate through the challenge of taking the Bike Tour:
PARIS – CAP VERT.
It is already mobilizing thousands of people and many clubs within the international Clubhouse community. It shines much further, on several continents and in particular in the 5 countries of the course: France, Spain, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal and Cape Verde.
BIKE TOUR TO BE ALIVE