ASL interviews

Discover the hidden riches of Lake Geneva on the last Monday of each month through an interactive interview with a specialist in the field

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ASL Online Lecture Series

ASL interviews take place on the last Monday of each month at 7 p.m. and directly or indirectly affect the vocations of Lake Geneva.

The objective is to allow each of you to be in privileged contact with an expert in the field being approached. This will allow you to be able to listen, meet and interact from your sofa with the invited specialists.

The webinars take the form of interactive and dynamic interviews with a brief introduction to the topic by ASL.

DATE TOPIC EXPERT INVITEE
26.04.2021
(confirmed)
The lake avifauna Laurent VALLOTTON, Biologist, Ornithologist - Geneva, CH
31.05.2021
(confirmed)
The importance of soils Jean-Marcel DORIOZ,
Agronomist- Maugny, FR
28.06.2021
(confirmed)
Microplastics in the Geneva Lake Julien boucher, Environmental engineer- Lausanne, CH
26.07.2021 Summer break
30.08.2021
(confirmed)
Underwater herbariums Pascal MULATTIERI, Biologist and professional diver - Bernex, CH
27.09.2021
(confirmed)
Lake Geneva through art and literature Raphaëlle JUGE, Biologist - Chêne-Bougeries, CH
25.10.2021
(to be confirmed)
The sources To be confirmed
29.11.2021
(confirmed)
Fish migration Damien ROBERT-CHARRUE, Nature management engineer- Genève CH
27.12.2021 Winter break
31.01.2022 To be confirmed
28.02.2022 To be confirmed

  • Webinars will last approximately one hour, questions include.
  • The webinars take place on the last Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
  • The webinars will take place using the ZOOMapp.
  • Registration is required for each webinar.
  • The webinars are also expected to be streamed live on social media.

Adrien Bonny
Project manager
adrien.bonny@asleman.org

Webinar of 26th April registration form : l'avifaune lacustre avec Laurent Vallotton

Gallery

The Common Scaup, a rare wintering bird that can be observed on Lake Geneva

Photo : Kai Taimsalu

Pearl cultures, an activity that exists on the shores of Lake Geneva
Underwater herbarium must be preserved for their richness
20,000 years ago, there were icebergs on Lake Geneva
The Lavaux, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
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