Take Action for the Climate

On May 31st and June 1st 2024, the International Weather and Climate Forum will be holding its 21st edition at the Académie du Climat (4th arrondissement, Paris). Admission is free.

The day of 31 May 2024 will be dedicated to schoolchildren, and from 6pm there will be an inauguration with climatologist Jean Jouzel, President of Météo et Climat. Organised in partnership with the Académie du Climat and the City of Paris, this event will be an opportunity to remind people of the importance of taking action to preserve our planet.

The FIM team is looking forward to welcoming a wide audience, young and old, to a rich and varied programme designed to raise awareness of environmental issues among as many people as possible.

The 21st Forum program

Participatory experiments

Demonstrations and hands-on experiments to better understand weather phenomena, climate and water issues, and the role of the ocean.

Immersive workshops

Effective role-playing to help you assimilate knowledge (simulators, etc.).


Didactic exhibits with commentary by scientific mediators, or open to the public.

Interactive animations

Innovative systems that allow visitors to play an active role.

Discovery games

Collaborative, fun and educational games.

Weather fan Meet-up

The meeting place for weather fans, where dialogue and exchange are encouraged around a shared passion.

Debate on new jobs created in the framework of the ecological transition.


Exhibition, workshops and debates are only available in French language.


  • May 31-June 1, 2024
  • Académie du Climat, Paris 4th (France)
  • Free admission
  • How to get there

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