Two years have passed since the adoption of France’s « climate and resilience law » , which has proved to be a major milestone in the country’s commitment to environmentally responsible practices. This anniversary merits in-depth reflection on the impact and implications of this law. So let’s take a look at its evolution and the changes it has brought about.

Why this law?

Climate change is a pressing global threat that requires rapid and concerted action. In this context, France, as an influential member of the international community, has sought to strengthen its commitment to reducing its carbon footprint. The Climate and Resilience Act came about as a response to these concerns, inspired in large part by suggestions from the Citizens’ Climate Convention.