Macron spends millions of euros attracting climate researchers to France

President Emmanuel Macron will issue millions of euros in stipends to climate researchers willing to relocate to France.

President of France, Emmanuel Macron. | Photo: Christophe Ena/AP

French President Emmanuel Macron has issued millions of euros in stipends to 18 climate researchers from the US and other countries so that they come to France to carry out climate research.

Macron launched the stipend scheme back in June, a few hours after US President Donald Trump announced that he would pull the US out of the global climate pact signed in Paris two years ago.

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