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China and the climate

The next international conference devoted to climate, the COP 24, will be held in Katowice, in Poland, at the beginning of December. U.S. withdraw from the Paris Agreement will give to China a predominant position and will allow the emerging countries voice to make it heard. The threat regarding climate change, which is becoming more and more difficult to challenge, is the CO2 and greenhouse gas accumulation in the atmosphere. It is on this issue that divergences are increasing between developed countries and the other participants to the discussions. Each one responsibility is not the same in the current ...

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Ecology and the fuel crisis in France

The deep discontent provoked by past and coming increases of fuels taxation is a further sign of the political leaders incapacity to establish a right diagnostic about the situations they propose to correct, to elaborate the appropriated policies and to make them accepted by their citizens. The increase of the taxes levied on fuels and the convergence at the top between gasoline and diesel has, as an objective, to favor “energy transition”. But this policy, prompted by laudable intentions, is based on a confusion which has been at the origin of many errors.

Climate warming is generated by the accumulation ...

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Nuclear : Spring is coming

Nuclear industry runs with very long cycles to the opposite of other economic activities. After the war and despite twenty years of efforts, it appeared that French nuclear paths did not answer to the expectations and, in 1974, Messmer government put in competition the two American nuclear leaders, General Electric and Westinghouse, the first one with the boiling water technology and the second one with pressurized water. The last one won and Framatome chose it for its nuclear reactors. During twenty years, nuclear industry enjoyed a state of grace. 58 reactors were built and are still operating. French households took ...

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