It’s an extremely courageous decision — and we can only hope his call doesn’t go unheard.
They’re big, they’re slimy, and they’re invasive.
Say ‘non’ to coal!
Somebody was absolutely minted back in medieval France!
Make the planet great again!
The move has been backed by the nation’s leading doctors.
The stakes have never been so tiny.
‘Climate has been changing for four billion years,’ said Nikolas Sarkozy, the former French president and also a candidate for future elections.
The visual effect was extremely strong, and everything was completely safe, activists say.
The town of Albertville in southeastern France has begun using cheese to generate electricity. Their power plant, build in the Savoie region, uses the byproduct of the local Beaufort cheeses as the base for its biogas power generation system.
The French government announced its plan to build a 1,000 kilometer (621 mile) long stretch of solar panel-paved roads over the next five years. The locations for deployments have yet to be revealed. The fossil fuel tax is expected to bring in between 200 to 300 million euros ($220 to 440 million) of funding for the project coined “Positive Energy” .