The construction companies have been left reeling by the collapse of their sector.
The French Construction Association (CFAA) has called for a halt to the work that has been halted, and said it will continue to fight for its jobs.
The CFAA’s president, Pierre Rabinier, said on Wednesday that France’s industrial sector was in danger of being hit by the new climate change policies, which have put a “huge financial burden” on companies.
“We can’t continue with this,” he said.
He said France was being left behind in the fight against climate change. “
What’s happening is the new French climate policy is a disaster for the French industry, for the industrial sector and for the economy of France.”
He said France was being left behind in the fight against climate change.
France has the second-largest construction industry in the world, behind only the US.
Its construction sector has grown more than 50 per cent since 2014, with more than 300,000 workers and a construction industry worth an estimated $2.7 billion.
A recent study by the French Institute of Environment and Climate Change (IFAC) said that France had become the second biggest carbon polluter in Europe.
In 2016, France had a CO2 emissions per capita of more than 20,000 tonnes, while Germany had the lowest.
France is currently considering measures to combat the climate change and environmental degradation caused by its industries.
France was among the first countries to implement the Paris climate agreement in 2020, which aims to limit greenhouse gas emissions and reduce global warming.