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  • French people are worried about climate change
  • French people are worried about climate change
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French people are worried about climate change

In the run-up to the French presidential election, a survey has revealed that the French are more worried about climate change than their European neighbours. With roughly 75% of its energy supplied by nuclear power, France is facing a crossroads in terms of environmental policy.

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