The topic of environmental protection and energy saving in France continues. Previously, the mayors of Paris and Marseille both pointed out Paris superstar Kylian Mbappe. Now Paris has announced that the Christmas lights on the Champs Elysees will be shortened. At the press conference before the Champions League match between Paris and Juventus, Paris coach Galtier ridiculed the team's travel problems and Mbappe's laughter caused controversy. The mayors of Paris and Marseille criticized them. Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo wrote on social platforms: "No, it's really bad to answer questions like this, are you awake guys?" Marseille Mayor Benoît Payan said in response: "Your contempt is simply slap in the face , You are so sad, there are still many children on this earth living in dire straits.” Today, the management committee of the Champs Elysees in Paris, France announced that this winter, the traditional Christmas lights on the Champs Elysees will be switched on. Shortened, shops will also close windows and electronic screens in advance Champs Elysees Avenue Management Committee said in a statement on the 20th that in order to help avoid winter blackouts and power shortages, the Champs Elysees must collectively participate in the energy saving required by the French government. effort. In previous years, the Christmas lights were turned off at 2 o'clock in the middle of the night, but this winter they will be turned off at 23:45 every night, and will be removed on January 2, one week earlier than in previous years. During the period, there were only two extended lighting hours, namely Christmas Eve on December 24 and New Year's Eve on December 31. According to the Champs-Elysées management committee, this move will reduce lighting energy consumption by 44%. Unexpectedly, Mbappe, who does not play the Christmas schedule like the Premier League, would have something to do with Christmas so quickly..