Editorial of February 15, 2019

In the Meanwhile…

The planet is burning and the Paris Agreement seems almost reduced to ashes …

The youngest are mobilizing and gradually joining the global climate strike movement “Fridays for future“, launched by the 16-year-old Swedish Greta Thunberg, who made a lasting impression at the World Economic Forum in Davos, repeating “Our house is on fire “.

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  • Falco (Cuba)
    Falco (Cuba)
  • Boligán (Mexique / Mexico), El Universal
    Boligán (Mexique / Mexico), El Universal
  • Tjeerd Royaards (Pays-Bas / The Netherlands), Cartoon Movement
    Tjeerd Royaards (Pays-Bas / The Netherlands), Cartoon Movement
  • Haderer (Autriche / Austria)
    Haderer (Autriche / Austria)
  • Darío (Mexique / Mexico), El Imparcial
    Darío (Mexique / Mexico), El Imparcial
  • Joep Bertrams (Pays-Bas / The Netherlands), De Groene Amsterdammer
    Joep Bertrams (Pays-Bas / The Netherlands), De Groene Amsterdammer
    "Sauvons notre planète" "C'est une absurdité totale, chérie."
  • Vadot (Belgique / Belgium), L’Écho
    Vadot (Belgique / Belgium), L’Écho
    "Family picture" "Are you coming, sweetie? We're going to the auto show." "Save the planet!"
  • Chappatte (Suisse / Switzerland), Le Temps
    Chappatte (Suisse / Switzerland), Le Temps
    "There's no planet B" "Our future" "Let's save the planet now" "You'll see, when you're an adult, you won't understand."
  • Mix & Remix (Suisse / Switzerland)
    Mix & Remix (Suisse / Switzerland)
    "Let's save the planet" "You wouldn't listen to me... well, there you go!"
  • Stephff (Thaïlande / Thailand), The Nation
    Stephff (Thaïlande / Thailand), The Nation
    "Échapper à la folie"

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