Lyon has just got ahead of the government’s ecological ambitions. Grégory Doucet, mayor of Europe Écologie-Les Verts (EELV) of the capital of the Gauls, in fact announced Friday, November 19, 2021 at the end of the day, the ban by decree of “all types of heating” on the terrace, “that they are fixed or mobile ”. This measure must be implemented in 2022 at the national level to fight against CO2 emissions, the main responsible for the increase in global warming through the greenhouse effect.
“As part of its climate-air-energy plan, the city of Lyon participates in the collective responsibility of moving towards more sobriety in the use of energy and resources, for buildings as well as in public spaces », Indicates the municipality in a press release relayed Saturday by our colleagues from BFMTV. Grégory Doucet is thus implementing one of the flagship promises of his campaign.
During the committee’s examination of the climate bill on March 15, the deputies postponed the ban on heated terraces of cafes and restaurants to April 2022, to take into account the impact of the health crisis on the sector. . The text was to translate the announcement, made last summer by Barbara Pompili, of a ban on these terraces, which are harmful to the environment. The Minister of Ecological Transition then indicated that the measure would not be applied before spring 2021, already because of the Covid-19 crisis.