Like many of its neighbors, France is feeling the full blow of environmental catastrophes during summer 2022. It is currently experiencing ferocious fires, drought, water restrictions and subsequent cuts in food production—and in some cases, tensions are rising between tourists and locals over water use.
The French Prime Minister has promised to revisit the management of climate change with the utmost importance, as EU countries are sending in firefighters and equipment to help tackle an “ogre-like” fire, of a size and ferocity rarely seen in the country.
Forest fires are common in France during summer but notably in more southern areas. This year, however,
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