MSc Atmospheric Environment: international master degree
The International Master of Science 2nd
year “Atmospheric Environment” at the University of Lille is providing a
1-year program in physics and chemistry of the atmosphere at the
highest level. It is supported by the French Laboratory of Excellence CaPPA (Chemical and Physical Properties of the Atmosphere).
dedicated to students in physics and chemistry having validated 4 years
of study (Master 1st year / Bachelor / 240 ECTS-credits), wishing to
follow a specialization in atmospheric sciences to get a strong
background in theory and practical works.
Students are immersed in an international environment and all courses are delivered in english. The first semester (Sept-Jan) is dedicated to lectures/practical works, and the second semester (Feb-Jul) is a full-time research training in Laboratory
Paris declares itself in a “state of climatic emergency”
July 9, 2019
The City of Paris has adopted the creation of an “IPCC” (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), which will bring together experts (climatologists, urban designers, sociologists, etc.). They will be able to be consulted and play a “constant role in the implementation of climate policies”.
Like many world cities or more recently the Parliaments of the United Kingdom and Ireland, the City of Paris has declared itself in a “state of climatic emergency“. This decision was taken during a vote in the Paris Council on Tuesday, July 9. We must “meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement” adopted in December 2015, argued the assistant in charge of the Environment to the mayor of Paris, Célia Blauel.
Creation of an “IPCC Paris”
During the session, the City of Paris adopted the creation of an “IPCC Paris” which will bring together experts (climatologists, urban designers, sociologists…). They will be able to be consulted and play a “constant role in the implementation of climate policies”, added Célia Blauel.
A few months before the municipal elections, the mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo and her entourage have not ceased to multiply ecological projects: after the pedestrianisation of the roads on the banks, the Paris City Hall has, among other things, multiplied projects in favour of a complete greening of the streets and squares of the capital or announced the creation of “urban forests” in the middle of the city to fight against global warming and the effects of pollution.