Climate - Environment – Visit by students to the Quai d’Orsay in the company of Nicolas Hulot (Paris, May 18, 2016)

This morning, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development welcomed students from the Bartholdi vocational secondary school in Saint-Denis. They toured the Quai d’Orsay and discussed climate issues with Nicolas Hulot, president of the Foundation for Nature and Mankind, and ministerial personnel.

Image Diaporama - Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Image Diaporama - Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Image Diaporama - Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Image Diaporama - Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Image Diaporama - Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Image Diaporama - Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Image Diaporama - Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

Photo : B. Chapiron / MAEDI

This visit follows an event held at their school in October 2015 on the preparation of the Paris Conference. The Ministry spokesperson had spoken with them and planted a “tree of brotherhood” at the school.

For several years now, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development has been involved in educational efforts aimed at the public, and particularly young people. Dozens of conferences and events are held nationwide in the course of the year, particularly at high schools, to enable thousands of young people of all social backgrounds to become more familiar with French foreign policy.

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