Four subjects this evening in Special Envoy: global warming in France, droughts in California, the revolt against wind turbines and detectorists.
Tonight, the magazine Envoy Special, presented by Elise Lucet, offers four new topics to viewers of France 2.
Entitled “France at 50 ° C” and signed by Agathe Lanté and Elisa Hélain (Capa TV), this report is based on the forecasts of the last IPCC report to propose to discover what life could be like in France in 30 years . Will islands like Oléron be swallowed up? Will the Midi be unlivable? How will cities and countryside adapt to temperatures of up to 50 ° C? Will there be cicadas in Normandy? Sorghum in Sud-Puest or red wine in Pas-de-Calais?
Special Envoy then broaches a subject also concerning the climate, signed Elise Ménand, Guillaume Marque and Raynald Lellouche: “La Californie à sec”. As the title suggests, the magazine’s team investigated the state of California where thousands of people have to learn to live without water, forced to shower at gas stations, deprived of clean water. Victim of repeated drought, California is already facing the consequences of climate change. Meeting with Americans forced to move because of the climate and those who are somehow organizing a life in a new desert.
“Wind turbines: the wind of revolt” (report by Raphaele Schapira, Emilie Gouveia Vermelho and Frédérique Prigent). Everywhere in France, a wind of revolt is rising against wind turbines: considered noisy, too expensive, unnecessary, they are also suspected of favoring the corruption of elected officials. In Flers, in the Hauts-de-France, Erik can no longer stand them: five wind turbines 110 meters high spoil his view when he opens the windows of his castle listed as a historic monument. For years, he has tried everything in court to get rid of what he considers to be “a wart” in his landscape. In the bay of Saint-Brieuc, Julien, a lobster and scallop fisherman, is afraid of losing his livelihood: he is fighting against the establishment of a park of 62 giant wind turbines in the open sea, right in the middle of its fishing area. Why so much hatred against this symbol of clean energy? At a time when the energy transition law plans to double the number of wind turbines by 2023, report in this France that does not want it.
In “Detectorists: the new treasure hunters”, signed by Kristian Autain, Guillaume Marque, Benjamin Poulain and Bruno Maruani, we walk through the fields and the beaches with the detectorists, these treasure hunters equipped with astonishing frying pans, a helmet. on the ears. Nice collectors or looters of antiques? Who are they really? Special Envoy went to meet these enthusiasts who arouse controversy and regularly deal with justice.
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