Time is running out for us.
According to the latest report by the intergovernmental group of experts on climate change, the famous IPCC, efforts must be redoubled if we want to hope to drop below the bar of 2°C in additional temperature in 2100. On television, journalists and weather presenters have been following this development for years, and fear it.
They gradually decided that time would be told to us differently.
France Télévisions has just taken a new step.
After having, from 2017 with Chloé Nabédian, installed more decryptions in its bulletins, the public group unveiled on March 13 its new “Weather and Climate Journal”.
More than a bulletin, it is a
, explains its editor-in-chief Martin Gouesse.
A format designed to embrace all climate issues.
New data, from air quality to groundwater levels, are now included.
“We wanted to show the change…
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