State of the Planet

The last decade confirms that nothing seems to be able to curb the rise in temperatures that began 100 years ago, since the industrial revolution. This climate revolution is upsetting the face of our planet.

At the end of the 21st century and with a constant CO2 concentration, the global temperature should be on average higher than 1.8 ° C under low hypothesis, and 4 ° C on high hypothesis, that of the beginning of the century.

The consequences of this increase in temperature are numerous and global:


Melting of the glaciers


Rise of the sea level


Climatic disturbances




Modification of the ecosystem