CLIMATE – Thirty-five scientists near the National Assembly have had access to MEPs since Monday to speed up training on climate and biodiversity. They hoped to train 289…
MP Danielle Simonnet, Monday, the first day. Fifty-seven, Tuesday. And 97 this Wednesday. In the last three days, a total of 154 deputies have sat under a barn installed near the National Assembly, where They were met by 40 French scientists, climate and biodiversity experts.
The program: Thirty minutes of accelerated training to build a faster scientific consensus on climate and biodiversity discussed the main lines of action and key documents that will be discussed on the National Assembly table on these two issues.
Not foreseen 289
This idea, which was presented by its organizers as the first in the world, first came to the minds of former deputy Matthew Orfelin and Christoph Kasou, a climatologist and author of the book.u Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). They were joined by these forty scientists and a team of graduates and young professionals dealing with diplomatic issues.
Monday’s aim was to make the vast majority of MEPs sensitive during these three days. So 289. The account is not there, but 154 (…) Read more in 20 minutes
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