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Annual report of the High Council for the Climate: "We must adapt to climate risks"

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Rescue operation after the floods in Australia, March 1, 2022. REUTERS - STRINGER

By: Clementine Pawlotsky

In its annual report published yesterday, the High Council for Climate considers that France's response to climate change " 

is progressing but remains insufficient

 " and calls for a " 


 " in climate action to avoid the " 

major risk

 " of not achieve the strengthened targets for 2030.


Global warming is making its growing impacts felt with an increase in heat waves, droughts or extreme rains.

Explanations from RFI guest Corinne Le Quéré, president of this independent body and professor of climate change science at the British University of East Anglia.


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