This week, children in many countries returned to school after a scorching summer. In France, the start of the school year even coincided with an extreme heat wave.
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In addition to the challenges of its time, such as the scourge of bullying or the shortage of teachers, schools must adapt to the new climate situation, with a return to school coming after the hottest summer ever recorded in the world. . In France, this took place in the middle of a late and unprecedented heat episode for the month of September.
A phenomenon consistent with the observations of climatologists, according to which climate change of human origin increases not only the severity of heatwaves, but also their early or late onset.
This situation inspired the French press cartoonist Sanaga who publishes his drawings on social networks and in online magazines.
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