France uses citizens' assembly on climate crisis to propose legal changes
President Emmanuel Macron of France (photo credit: EU2017EE Estonian Presidency/flickr)
A citizens' climate council initiated by President Emmanuel Macron to discuss new ways to cut carbon emissions has urged the French leader to hold a referendum on making the destruction of nature a crime.
The "ecocide" proposal topped dozens of ideas presented by the 150 randomly picked members of the Citizen's Convention on Climate, along with inscribing the fight against global warming in the French Constitution.
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