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E. Macron: "We all need a jolt to our modes of production."

In an interview with Le Monde, the French leader advocates major changes, such as ending the exploitation of fossil fuels and reorienting public and private funds toward the energy transition.


President Macron: "I have an open and direct discussion with President Trump, we speak as often as we need."

In an interview on CBS, President Macron talks about the One Planet Summit, the Jerusalem issue and terrorism.


One Planet Summit - Public and private finance in support of climate action

On Dec. 12, Paris welcomes international leaders and committed citizens to lead concrete actions for the planet.


Ministerial meeting of the International Support Group for Lebanon

Joint statement (Paris - December 8, 2017)


Emmanuel Macron's speech at the University of Ouagadougou

President Macron traveled to Burkina Faso last week, where he shared his vision for the future of the French-African relationship.


"We must be more ambitious, inventive and united than ever."

Minister for Ecological and Solidary Transition, Nicolas Hulot, describes new and more ambitious objectives for energy and climate transition.


TIME: "Emmanuel Macron At Home in the World"

President Macron lays out his transformative vision for France, highlights his faith in the future of Europe, and reaffirms his commitment to advancing peace and protecting the environment.


Chemical weapons in Syria

Joint statement by British Minister for Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson, French Minister for Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian, German Minister for Foreign Affairs Sigmar Gabriel and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson


COP23 on climate change held in Bonn, Germany, on Nov. 6-17, 2017

During the 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the countries will work on drawing up the rules for implementing the Paris Agreement.


Tourism in France : a 5-6% increase compared to 2016

Long-distance travelers in particular chose France as their summer destination. Five million American visitors are expected over 2017.



A meeting for the planet

On December 12, two years to the day since the historic Paris Agreement, Paris's One Planet Summit will bring together public and private finance experts to explore ways of innovating, supporting and accelerating our common fight against climate change. More on the offical website: One Planet Summit.

La Maison Française



The embassy & the consulates