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The head of state must present his ecological planning policy on Monday. Twenty-four hours before the deadline, he is still looking for his story.
By Géraldine Woessner Emmanuel Macron inaugurates the Summit for a new global financial pact, in Paris, June 22, 2023. © LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL / AFP Published on 09/24/2023 at 11:00 a.m.
For days, people’s brains concentrated on the place best suited to symbolizing the gravity of the moment. Wanted by Emmanuel Macron, his “big speech” on ecological planning, expected Monday September 25, was to mark “the entry of the five-year term into a new phase”: that of “the training of the nation towards 2050”, confided his entourage . We needed a place that matched the ambition. But which one?
Would he visit a heat pump manufacturer, whose president wants to restart manufacturing in France? A photovoltaic panel factory, a source of energy set to grow considerably? Would he speak in a field, a methanizer on the horizon, farmers being called upon tomorrow to produce not only food, but also bi…
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