If you think their getting invaded has anything to do with the French troops and not who was invading them, you really do need to brush up on your history.
Also, the government already promised to do something about Uber, and then didn't. Hence the protests and the response. Protests such as these are common in France and especially in Paris, and have been throughout the centuries.
It sounds like you know very little about France's history, and thought to wade in and let everyone know. How considerate.
I see you are confused. Yes, the climate changes. What's worrying is not that it's changing, but that it's changing so fast. Yes, coastlines rise and fall without humanity, but when the world depends on cities built on the coast, you can see that it's rather worrisome that we as a species are doing everything we can to ensure they will be flooded at some point. Humanity would not be "fine" if we had the CO2 levels of the Eocene - our staple crops rely on being grown where they currently are, and rely on the current amount of CO2. The more CO2, the less nutritious they are, requiring more of them to be grown. The warming means the viable land suitable for agriculture will shift towards the poles, often onto poor soil (thanks to glaciation and other natural processes) and without the necessary infrastructure that humanity has built up over the last 50 years, and often over international borders, creating political problems as well as humanitarian ones.
But I'm sure your half-assed, factually incorrect assumptions are true. Yeah. Definitely.
Why do you even comment on these threads? Are you just looking to swing your Apple-branded dick around? You're not bringing anything to the discussion, you are just arguing your opinion, and it's not even original.