This, as you probably know, is not Mr Gove's latest plan to square the post-Brexit farming–environment circle. Rather, it's the name of France's energy / environment ministry which is now located in an 18th century mansion close to the Elysée Palace.
It's easy to scoff – Wikipedia has the history of title changes of this ministry – and France also has a Ministry for Solidarity and Health, but there is something in the combination of words: Ecological and Inclusive Transition that is key to understanding sustainability; something about the umbilical link between people and nature, and between people in nature, and people as part of nature. I hope this embodiment finds its way from the title to the ministry's actual practice. I note, however, that there's a separate ministry of agriculture and food which, I guess, must be 100% focused on keeping the CAP focused on French interests.