Last quote by Grégoire Lory
All the participants at COP 22 see the Marrakesh declaration as a strong positive sign. It shows also that the election of Donald trump hasn't dampened the ambitions of international community – even if the text just repeats the pledges already made by the participants to fight climate change.
Nov 19 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Grégoire Lory is associated, including Parisians and St. Louis. Most recently, Grégoire Lory has been quoted saying: “The security measures have been loosened at the site of Salah Abdeslam's arrest. There is no police tape, a patrol car passes by from time to time. In fact, things are returning to normal on rue des Quatre-Vents. The residents of Molenbeek pass in front of the raided apartment without batting an eyelid. They are trying to turn the page.” in the article The mood in Molenbeek. An other article where Grégoire Lory has been quoted is Paris climate deal is ‘best chance’ to save planet.
Quotes by Grégoire Lory
Mar 19 2016
The security measures have been loosened at the site of Salah Abdeslam's arrest. There is no police tape, a patrol car passes by from time to time. In fact, things are returning to normal on rue des Quatre-Vents. The residents of Molenbeek pass in front of the raided apartment without batting an eyelid. They are trying to turn the page.
Dec 13 2015
Because it's a compromise, certain ambitions were lowered or put aside, but nobody is hiding their joy after the adoption of the first universal agreement on climate.
Dec 11 2015
Like the political leaders, NGOs are also making their final efforts in the 'climate battle.' There are only a few hours to go before the presentation of the last proposal for an agreement. Many still think it won't go far enough.
Dec 11 2015
For NGOs, this last draft agreement is almost too good to be true because it contains many key elements that have been demanded. . But these organisations also recognise that key questions remain unanswered and political decisions ultimately lie with Heads of State.
Nov 30 2015
One after the other, the heads of state who spoke at the tribune at Le Bourget gave resolute speeches, supporting the idea of an ambitious accord. But words will have to lead to actions…Put another way, the negotiations are going to enter a more delicate phase. The international leaders want to keep their promises. The 195 participating countries are going to have to agree in the coming days on concrete commitments.
Nov 29 2015
This is to give more time and means to strike an agreement within the deadline set by the . The 195 countries represented in Paris have until the 11th of December to reach a compromise.
Nov 20 2015
The French and Parisians gather in the wake of the attacks which struck Paris; each showing solidarity in their own way. Some lay wreaths of flowers, others simply want to be there with the crowd, others give blood, as here in St. Louis, where some Parisians waited for more than an hour to be able to donate their blood.
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