“We’re doing the job, but we’re not perfect,” admits environmentalist Yannick Jadot

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09:20 : Last Wednesday, the Prime Minister activated 49.3 for the adoption of the 2023 budget by the National Assembly and canceled 12 billion euros for the heating renovation of buildings. It is the extreme force of gravity that pushes us towards the abyss. https://t.co/oFGmctzOzq

09:20 : 9:04 am – Drivers tear down banners and try to move the roadblocks themselves. #a22network #COP27 https://t.co/BEBde8NkrA

09:19 : [ACTION EN COURS]Dozens of Last Renovation citizens block the Paris ring road near the 14th arrondissement from 9 a.m. today. #A22Network #COP27 https://t.co/GNlZtBlKgS

09:24 : Activists from the environmental collective Son Renovation have been blocking the Paris ring road near the 14th arrondissement for 9 hours. With the eyes of the entire world on another COP, where citizens no longer hope for anything, the Last Update calls on the French government to act as soon as possible to avert a climate disaster and condemns its criminal inaction.writes on the collective Twitter account.

09:16 : @EmmanuelMacron’s arrival in Egypt for @Cop27. Meeting with young people. Faced with financial compensation demanded by poor countries to compensate for climate disasters, the president wants to respond with concrete measures, such as forests. https://t.co/43Q4GeZnEk

09:14 : Emmanuel Macron thinks so “The only way to prevent more loss and damage to others and disasters in countries is to reduce our emissions” of greenhouse gases. He assures that “Europe and France are committed to their goals”. The head of state is calling “Major Developing Countries” hour “get out of coal as soon as possible”.

09:13 : Needed “Put pressure on rich non-European countries to pay their share” in terms of helping poor countries fight global warming, Emmanuel Macron said this morning during an exchange with youth committed to climate before the opening of COP27 in Egypt.

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09:11 : Let’s take a look at the news:

About 110 heads of state and government are scheduled to speak at the COP27 podium in Sharm-e-Sheikh (Egypt) today and tomorrow. According to the UN, with current policies, a catastrophic rise of 2.8°C above pre-industrial levels is imminent. Watch us live.

Case in point “unpublished” : The exam begins today in the Senate, which is dominated by the right-wing opposition First reading of the draft budget for Social Security 2023After a series of failures for the government, he scored 49.3 votes in the Milli Majlis.

Americans are called to the polls tomorrow to renew the entire composition of the House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate. In this article, we explain how Donald Trump tried to return to the political stage during the midterm elections.

09:09 : “We’re doing the job, but we’re not perfect.”

“no” it is not the failure of environmentalists, “I’ve lived this far” Yannick Jadot responded to fraceinfo that environmentalists are singled out for climate inaction, while the goals set 7 years ago in Paris within the framework of COP21 are still not being followed.

08:14 : ♻️? “I have a feeling we’re going from the COP to the COP and it’s going to be a kind of TV chestnut tree.” @ManonAubryFr, MEP LFI, says this COP is sponsored by Coca-Cola, Egyptair and Microsoft.? #franceinfo channel 27 @ABouilhaguet #COP27 https://t.co/6Wcgrt7Tab

08:21 : “It’s hard to know what to expect from this COP, the last ones were very disappointing”MEP LFI Manon Aubry believes in fraceinfo set.

07:54 : Le Figaro It looks at the challenges of this 27th climate conference for African Union countries. “Africa accounts for less than 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions and one in two people has access to electricity, yet it is the continent most affected by climate change!”, daily score. The continent needs more money to cover the damage.

07:54 : The world Headline on the opening of COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, “This puts the Egyptian president at the center of the international stage”. Annoyed by the international media’s focus on human rights violations, “The regime wants to show that it continues to embody stability by presenting a good image of the country”Cairo University political science professor Mustapha Kamel Al-Sayed analyzes.

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