Warning: Environmentalism, or the preservation of the environment in an overpopulated world, largely deserves enlightened debate, intelligent policies and effective investments. However, we are using the word “climatism” (in the absence of a better word) in the more extreme ideological sense, where environmental preservation becomes the clothing of a war machine against rationality and liberty prone to engulf more and more hidden agendas.
In 2020, everyone understands that environmentalism provides a unifying theme to regain the power of action required in the face of the transformation challenges at stake. To cite only the two most emblematic cases of this awareness:
But these two cases are only indicative of the powerful phenomenon in which all parties are converging towards the objective of fighting climate change:
 Riding on Pierre Larrouturou’s ClimatePactFinance proposal: “1000 billion euros to save the planet”.
 The “energy” bias of the author of this article should be noted. Nevertheless, his point of view is relevant and well argued, and in fact agrees with ours on the consequences of an excessive dramatisation of the real underlying issues of climate change (“climate change”, the halting of which is a desperate goal as opposed to “environmental preservation”). Source: Why Climate Alarmism Hurts Us All, by Michael Shellenberger, Forbes, 04/12/2019
 We can only welcome the existence of these eco-labels. Having said that, we can see from this article that the bait used by the European Commission is the opportunity to help innovation and not concern for the planet. If we combine all these harmless signs of deviated agendas, we obtain a vast mobilisation watchword in which the best and then the worst will become engulfed. Source: European Commission