PARIS, Wednesday, December 2, 2015.

Nicknamed "Ecolaurant" by his friends, Laurent Guignon is preparing to organize "eco tours" to visit Paris in a greener past.

It all started in 2002. The Greens collected 5.25% of the votes in the presidential election. This is the trigger for Laurent Guignon.

This employee of the Postal Bank joins the ecological cause. "I thought environmental damage was growing and society was not managing enough," he says.

He is a member of many associations, but that is not enough. Creative, he launched in 2005 the association Ecolo café. He imagines ways to educate consumers about ecology in public places, such as cork stoppers or gift-giving spaces.

In 2010, Laurent decides to federate thanks to the social networks. Like a messenger charged with promoting ecology around him, he sorts and relays relevant environmental information every day on his Facebook page, followed by nearly 5,000 people.

From now on, the Parisian quarantine combines professional life and passion by developing his self-employed company, Ecolo Tour.

From December 4, 2015, he will put his oratorical skills and educational talents to work to organize ecological tours in Paris, by bicycle or on foot. "The courses will discover places related to the environment. Like associations, organic restaurants, sorting centers, etc. "He explains.

The visits, which will sweep all the districts, concern at the moment the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th districts and Montmartre.