Climate

  • "Make our planet great again"

    Following the decision of the United States to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, on 1 June 2017, called on international community to mobilize and join France to lead the fight against global warming.

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  • Sustainable Development Goals

    Both in France and around the world, France is fully committed to achieving all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

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  • France and the EU have ratified the #ParisAgreement

    Less than a year after adoption at #COP21 #ParisAgreement now has enough ratifications to enter into force. It is a historic moment for the fight against climate change.

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  • FACTS Vancouver: biodiversity and innovation

    In partnership with the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, the Consulate General of France in Vancouver co-organized a free public discussion in the auditorium of the museum on May 13th 2016, just a few days prior to the International Day for Biological Diversity. The conference could be followed on Twitter via #FACTSvan16

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  • COP21: How was consensus reached between the main carbon emitters?

    Join us for a conference on the COP21 Paris Agreement given by Ambassador of France to Canada Mr. Nicolas Chapuis at the Institute for Asian Research on March 4, 2016.

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  • Luncheon: The Climate Change International Agenda After the Paris Agreement

    The Canadian Club of Vancouver, in collaboration with the Francophone Chamber of Commerce and Reseau HEC Montreal in Vancouver, organized a luncheon featuring guest of honour and speaker, His Excellency Nicolas Chapuis, Ambassador of the French Republic to Canada regarding the post-COP21 agenda.

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  • GLOBE 2016 for Sustainable Business

    From March 2-4, 2016 the GLOBE 2016 conference and Innovation Exposition has been a captivating forum for exploring business solutions to pressing environmental and social challenges. French Ambassador to Canada Nicolas Chapuis was invited to present the post-COP21 era.

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  • Focus on the Arctic

    The scientific summit ArticNet was held in Vancouver from December 7th till December 11th. A vast array of subjects regarding the impacts of climate change and the modernization of the region have been discussed by international experts.

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  • Launch of CREWS, climate risk & early warning systems

    In poor and vulnerable countries, weather data is often unreliable or totally lacking. CREWS is an initiative which aims to significantly increase the capacity for seamless Multi-Hazard Early Warning System (MHEWS), to generate and communicate effective impact-based early warnings, and risk information for hazardous hydro-meteorological and climate events.

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  • Cities for Climate

    On December 5 in Paris, local leaders will define their climate roadmap.

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