Is it possible to control mosquitos with no significant effects on biodiversity? Students at the MoPA Computer Graphics Animation School have made a brilliant short film that provides a response to this question.
This short film was made in an educational partnership with the Tour du Valat by students (Axel Sence, Florian Gomes Freitas, Adèle Sypatayeva et Benjamin Guigues) at the MoPA Computer Graphics Animation School in Arles.
To learn more about the Tour du Valat’s current project on the impacts of mosquito control in the Camargue, be sure to visit this page, and also read the latest results of our current research based on a ten year study in Europe and abroad. A special report on the impacts of using Bti was recently published. Finally, you can download the Tour du Valat’s position paper about this issue.
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