Delphine Batho on town planning, transport, education, religion
The measures proposed by the French deputy Delphine Batho on the subjects of town planning, education, religion and transport during the primary of environmentalists in September 2021 as part of the French presidential election of 2022.
We must continue to improve the quality of the air in town centers by limiting access for certain vehicles, in particular by installing an urban toll.
The digital advertising screens that are being painted in stations and cities in France today may be good for economic growth, but it is not good for people.
There needs to be a carbon tax at the border, in order to hamper the importation of products that come from offshore industries.
On transport, it is the communities that make this type of choice (free transport). Land use planning must be redesigned with a high priority on rail and cycling, multiplying by three the two, increasing the safety of the tracks. There is cycling now. We must reduce constrained mobility.
The highways must be renationalized to put an end to the excessive rent denounced by the Court of Auditors.
We need a rule on the weight of cars so that they consume less. We must develop the bicycle, the train. Train tickets must be cheaper. There are other solutions than the electric car, such as the biogas car using anaerobic digestion. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. In town there is the cargo bike.
You need the daily vegetarian option in school canteens. This makes it possible to stop 60% of the meat consumed being imported meat, to put economic value on quality meat which represents employment and corresponds to the agroecological transformation of the agricultural model to abolish livestock farming. industrial.
To want to lead France is to assume the protection of the country, it is also to carry its values. There are a lot of injustices to fight with discrimination, sexism, racism. By putting the republic back in motion towards a new horizon that is that of ecology, of degrowth that the country comes together and stops being undermined by divisions. We must not separate secularism from feminism. It must be defended, explained, there must be popular education, particularly aimed at young people.
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