The International Weather and Climate Forum celebrates its 20 years!

“We can no longer conceive of our future without a societal reflection and consideration of the ecological transition”

Jean JOUZEL, President of Météo et Climat.

Today it is a certainty: global warming is linked to human activities. We know that we need to reduce our emissions, impacting all economic sectors, transport, energy, agriculture, housing, etc., but how can we ensure that the priority of combating global warming takes full effect in the years to come? How do we prepare for tomorrow in terms of climate, mitigation and adaptation?  We can no longer conceive of our future without a societal reflection and taking into account this ecological transition. This will be the theme of this 20th edition of the International Weather and Climate Forum.

An exceptional year, an exceptional character, the FIM, as in its beginnings, returns to the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie. We will be delighted to see you on the 6th, 7th and 8th of October for an exhibition for the general public, an international symposium for professionals on the dialogue on future transformations to meet the challenges of the ecological transition and a media day on international climate change communication.

I look forward to seeing you from the 6th to 8th of October at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie for three days of exchanges and sharing the keys to action!

Jean Jouzel
President of Météo et Climat, climatologist and former member of the IPCC, organization co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

Actual attendance

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46 000


+ 250

weather presenters 


experts & professionals


TV channels represented

1 000

school children


countries from 5 continents

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