France's top graduates shake up attitudes on government's inaction on climate

With a devastating climate crisis causing floods, famine, disease and the obliteration of species at an alarming rate, increasing numbers of young people are condemning the French state’s inaction. Students at France’s top universities (Sciences Po, HEC and École Polytechnique) condemn a curriculum that does not make environmental studies obligatory. Students and graduates have decided to take affirmative action, and FRANCE 24 went to meet them.

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