Like every Saturday, Léa Salamé took the reins of a new issue of Quelle époque on France 2! This February 25, 2023, the host, accompanied by Christophe Dechavanne, received Philippe Servant, Evelyne Dhéliat, Yann Moix, Michaël Youn, Stéphane Guillon, Monsieur Pof or even Philippe Croizon.
On set, two guests gave their opinion on the future of the planet in the face of global warming. It was first, the permanent guest of the show who spoke, saying: “The climate, which took 50 years to rot […] there is no more frost, no more snow, no more nothing. The summers are terrible and there, I have the impression that it is in five years that it has changed”. An alarming observation which contrasts with the optimism of the former columnist of We are not lying. “We can’t imagine the technological progress that will happen in the next 50 years. The ozone layer has been repaired and if we look at the state of science 100 years ago, we can see that man is capable to adapt…”
The latter barely had time to finish his remarks when the weather presenter from TF1 came in to shower him. “You should know that CO2 remains in the atmosphere for 100 years. We would have to halve our CO2 emissions until 2030 so that we can contain the warming that there will still be. …”
The ex-colleague of Catherine Laborde did not fail to recall that “the seven hottest years have occurred in the last decade” culminating in 2022, the hottest year ever recorded!
️ “The 7 hottest years have occurred in the last decade” recalls @EvelyneDheliat in front of @CDechavanne who believes that we have “rotten” the climate #QuelleEpoque@France2tv@LeaSalamepic.twitter.com/l0nGCL6mbi
– What an era! (@QuelleEpoqueOff) February 25, 2023
This is how Évelyne Dhéliat swept away the little optimism that there could be on the set.
See also: Christophe Dechavanne says he faced a disappointed entourage who ended up “hating” him!