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Alain Boublil Blog

   

France

The fossil energies Spring

The contradiction between the message in favor of the greenhouse gas emissions reduction which would go through the diminution of the use of fossil energies and the exceptional prosperity of their producers never has been so strong as in the start of this 2024 year; that situation makes us to think to the declarations of the Engie group executives which has born from the merger between Suez and Gaz de France. They have announced that the company would go out from fossil energies. But it had kept its name. Yet ENGIE, for an English-speaking native is nothing else than the ...

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The French bureaucratic sickness

At the eve of the publication of its 4th quarter growth figures, France is confronted with a new major social crisis with the protests of the farmers against their professional life difficulties, the fall of their life level and the many constraints provoked by the State decisions. The reduction of the tax advantages on their fuels which are necessary to the working of their agricultural machines has started a large movement with the jamming of the road infrastructures, especially in the Paris region. In five years, it is the third crisis initiated by measures which show a lack of ...

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The environment and the ecological mistakes

The priority given to environment in the public action is not disputable, even if individual behaviors as enterprises operating modes are also essential. But the difficulty rests in the frequent contradictions between political exigences and the technical realities. It then occurs that to answer politician considerations, the States take decisions in the name of the protection of the environment which lead to results contrary to the expected results due to an ignorance, unvoluntary or not, of the consequences of their action. That situation is not limited to France and we have observed similar cases in Germany and even in the ...

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