Macron to pressure France’s most climate-damaging industries


              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire attends a meeting with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. Background reads: "Decarbonising our industry". (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              France's President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech to heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries, at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (Mohammed Badra, Pool Photo via AP)
            
              Smoke rises at the Naphtachimie site in in Lavera, southern France, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Daniel Cole)
            
              Smoke rises at the Naphtachimie site in in Lavera, southern France, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Daniel Cole)
            
              People walk along a beach in front of the Naphtachimie site in Lavera, southern France, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Daniel Cole)
            
              The ArcelorMittal site is pictured in Fos-sur-Mer, southern France, Monday, Nov. 7, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Daniel Cole)
            
              Smoke rises from the Borealis plant in Ottmarsheim, eastern France, Tuesday, Nov.8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
            
              Smoke rises from the Butachimie plant in Chalempe, eastern France, Tuesday, Nov.8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
            
              Smoke rises from the Butachimie plant in Chalempe, eastern France, Tuesday, Nov.8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
            
              Smoke rises from the Butachimie plant in Chalempe, eastern France, Tuesday, Nov.8, 2022. Just back from the U.N. climate summit in Egypt, French President Emmanuel Macron is to meet Tuesday with the heads of the country's most climate-damaging industries to pressure them to reduce greenhouse gases emissions, amid growing competition from the U.S. and China. (AP Photo/Jean-Francois Badias)
Macron to pressure France’s most climate-damaging industries