With the present worldwide situation that means difficulty in feeding the world, everyone is going to have to start looking at their diets and consider eating more veg/nuts/seeds/grain and less meat which requires a huge amount of input in terms of feed, space and time to produce.
Are you trying to reduce your meat intake? do you find it more difficult to eat as a vegetarian or vegan in France? Are there foods that are not available in France if you are a vegetarian or vegan? What about eating out? Who knows of good restaurants offering a fair deal to vegetarians rather than the obvious omelette?
Do you have children in school here who maybe follow a vegetarian diet or who dislike eating meat? what are there experiences? have you found a school that is happy to feed your little vegetarian in a green way? or are you having to feed your child at home.
My personal feeling is that France is 30 years behind the game with vegetarianism. I can remember the UK 30 years ago and eating out with my inlaws who are veggie....and getting nothing but the ubiquitous omelette offered. Now in the UK almost every restaurant offers a good range of veggie fare and there are some wonderful vegetarian restaurants not to mention some wonderful chefs on tv who make a point of cooking either all or mainly vegetarian fare..the great Israeli chef....Yotam Ottolenghi who though not a veggie himself, cooks mainly veggie dishes...Alice Waters of Chez Panisse, Wolfgang Puck of Spago...perhaps whats required are a few homegrown famous veggie French chefs!
What is your experience?