PARIS — Take that, Donald.
French President Emmanuel Macron launched a website Thursday encouraging anyone concerned about climate change to emigrate to France.
Its address — — uses the same riff on Donald Trump’s campaign slogan that Macron unveiled the day the U.S. president announced his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate deal.
The site invites researchers, entrepreneurs and NGO workers from around the world (although an aide chose to feature a researcher from California during a demonstration for reporters) to state their interest in climate change and their specialist field, then apply for positions and immigration documents to come to France. A team of 10 people in the administration is charged with reviewing expressions of interest and replying to them.
“This is a signal sent to the rest of the world,” an adviser to Macron said, briefing reporters on condition of anonymity? “France wants to lead the fight against climate change and we want …