The words of the ecologist Yannick Jadot on ecology and the carbon tax as part of the 2021 environmentalists primary in view of the 2022 presidential election in France.
We must stop the artificialization of soils, boost the recreation of nature, make a moratorium on commercial areas outside cities, stop factory farming, cage farming, create a moratorium on outdoor farming.
We must implement the proposals in the citizens' convention for the climate, this represents exceptional work. There are among others the relocation of the economy, the relocation of companies, more peasants in the territory, a circular economy, the end of waste, planned obsolescence, the isolation of houses, cooperatives of renewable energy. We don't need to go look for the ecommerce warehouse.
We must install photovoltaic panel factories. Photovoltaic companies have been sacrificed for the benefit of the Chinese.
We need a deputy prime minister for ecology who brings together food, health and the environment, because these areas are so necessary. we must be able to root out the lobbies from these sectors.
In 2017 we considered that the best strategy was to join Benoit Hamon. However, we are in a situation where ecological degradation is accelerating incredibly, we have exploding inequalities, the collapse of democracy, everyone shares this diagnosis. The only political force, the only propellant software, which makes it possible to regain control of one's life on a local scale is that of ecology. We are going to bring together the humanists, the progressives; we do not compromise with the climate, with biodiversity.
The emergency in school canteens is organic, meatless, the end of waste and short circuits.
For the most fragile families, there will be compensation euro by euro as part of the increase in the price of a tonne of carbon, and therefore of fuel. There is no question that the most fragile among us are subject to a tax logic that makes their lives even more complicated. We have to compensate all the costs for the people most affected. A carbon tax must be introduced at the borders of Europe to protect companies and prevent them from relocating to other countries which have more lax climate policies. It will also allow us to reindustrialize and relocate our economy
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