Editorial of july 11, 2019

It’s overheating for the planet!

Heat waves, hail storms and tornadoes in Europe, heavy rains and floods in the United States, drought in Africa, threat of extinction of certain species, air and sea pollution…. The manifestations of climate change are constantly multiplying and point to human responsibility and over-consumption.

After leaving the Paris Climate Agreement in 2017, the United States is still the second most polluting country in the world after China… To hear the American President praise his environmental record in a speech this week is like a joke… Yet this is the sad reality….

To see our previous weekly editorials on international news, take a look here!

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  • Tjeerd Royards (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)
    Tjeerd Royards (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)
  • Jiho (France)
    Jiho (France)
    And to save a million animal species, it would be enough to remove only one !
  • Tayo (Nigeria)
    Tayo (Nigeria)
    Je vais être fichu ! - Pollution de l'eau
  • Tjeerd Royards (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)
    Tjeerd Royards (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)
  • O-Sekoer (Belgique / Belgium)
    O-Sekoer (Belgique / Belgium)
  • Chappatte (France), Le Canard Enchainé
    Chappatte (France), Le Canard Enchainé
    The planet is really out of control - Good news: giant hail rains are decimating the swarms of tiger mosquitoes.
  • Joel Pett (Etats-Unis / USA)
    Joel Pett (Etats-Unis / USA)
  • O-Sekoer (Belgique / Belgium)
    O-Sekoer (Belgique / Belgium)
  • Lasserpe (France)
    Lasserpe (France)
    Donald Trump praises his environmental record - Thanks to his wall, we have a few shadows - Etats-Unis interdiction d'entrer !
  • Kroll (Belgique / Belgium)
    Kroll (Belgique / Belgium)
    we have to get out of here!

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