L’humusation: cette façon de mourir écologiquement qui intéresse la Wallonie

Le ministre wallon Carlo Di Antonio finance une étude de l’UCL visant à transformer le corps humain en compost.

20131030 - BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Illustration picture shows the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert / Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe cemetery ahead of All Saints Day on November 1st, in Wezembeek-Oppem, on Wednesday 30 October 2013. Although the celebration of the deceased is on the 2nd of November, people traditionally go to the cemetery on the first, public holiday in Belgium. BELGA PHOTO LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ
20131030 - BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Illustration picture shows the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert / Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe cemetery ahead of All Saints Day on November 1st, in Wezembeek-Oppem, on Wednesday 30 October 2013. Although the celebration of the deceased is on the 2nd of November, people traditionally go to the cemetery on the first, public holiday in Belgium. BELGA PHOTO LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ ©BELGA
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