The King of England strolls through Bordeaux

The king turns green. On Friday, September 22, Charles III left for Bordeaux on the last day of his visit to France. Before visiting an experimental forest and vineyard that has been converted to biodynamics, the ruler spoke with the city’s environmental specialist, Pierre Hermic. At a meeting of parliamentarians in the Senate on Thursday, he proposed a new “deal” between France and Britain on climate and biodiversity. Follow our live stream.

“Appreciation” Bordeaux. Pierre Hermic sees this movement “acknowledgment of how the city of Bordeaux has responded over several years to environmental and climate issues of particular interest to King Charles III.”. The chosen one plans to plant a tree with the sovereign.

A walk through the forest. During his visit, Charles III will open the Floirak Experimental Forest. Since 2020, scientists have been studying the response of forests to environmental changes. They are particularly interested in their adaptation to drought in the region, which is still characterized by the massive fires of the summer of 2022.

“Sustainability Agreement”. Facing Parliamentarians, Thursday, King proposed that France and the United Kingdom commit to a “Sustainability Agreement” to answer “more efficient” have got “global climate and biodiversity emergency”. At the end of 2021, at the International Climate Conference (COP) in Glasgow, he urged the leaders of the countries to redouble their efforts in the fight against global warming.

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