A Paris court has found the French government guilty of failing to cut emissions in line with its Paris Agreement target, in what is the country’s first major climate trial. The court ordered the government to pay a symbolic €1 fine to the four environmental groups that brought the case after France exceeded its 2015-2018 carbon budget, in a move described as a “historic victory for the climate.”

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