French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday that 'time has come to act,' Euronews reported.
The leader has highlighted his agenda for the environment just a day after suffering a heavy electoral blow at the hands of the Green party.
According to Macron, he is open to holding up two referenda in 2021.
Macron also noted that the citizens' council is "a world's first as much by its ambition as by its scale".
Citizen's Council for the Climate's recommendations, released on June 22, called for the criminalization of 'ecocide', the creation of a 'carbon score' to feature on all products, the return of a deposit scheme for glass bottles and speed reductions on most roads.