The Minister for Ecological Transition, Nicolas Hulot, is considering organising a global civil society "COP" in 2018 with experts, companies and associations. The objective is to advance the world's ecology without going through the States, which is at the heart of the "COP" system, which takes place every year in a different city. In December 2015, in Paris, COP21 resulted in the Paris Agreement, which provides for "continuing efforts to limit the rise in temperature to 1.5°C" in the coming decades.

Nicolas Hulot wants a civil society COP

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The Minister for Ecological Transition, Nicolas Hulot, is thinking about organizing a global civil society "COP" in 2018 with experts, companies and associations. The aim is to advance ecology throughout the world without going through the States, even though this is at the heart of the "COP" system, which takes place every year in a different city. In December 2015, in Paris, COP21 resulted in the Paris Agreement, which calls for "continuing efforts to limit the rise in temperature to 1.5°C" in the coming decades.
 
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