Plants as solutions to major environmental problems

By: Michel Labrecque, botanist, Head of scientific R&D division, Montreal Botanical Garden and associate professor, Université de Montréal


  • Friday november 20 from 11:00 to 11:45 (En direct)


Michel Labrecque has been working in plant ecophysiology for more than 25 years. In recent years, his research has led him to become interested in phytotechnology – the use of plants to solve environmental problems. With this conference, he will present several concrete examples where green solutions have been proposed and implemented to treat polluted water or soil.

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