We were able to implement an analytical strategy for the study of a large selection of carbonaceous meteorites with various aqueous alteration characteristics, with the aim of revealing the link between surface chemical composition (by REMPI TOF-MS) and the thermal and aqueous history of these meteorites, precious witnesses of the past and present environment during their formation. This activity was sustained by three accepted projects to host Dr. Bennett in the framework of Labex CaPPA as a Visiting Professor (2019), as part of the UFR de Physique's Visiting Lecturer campaign (2017), as well as, a CNRS Physique Visiting Researcher (2022). In addition, we hosted Ms. K. Slavicinska, a Master's student at UCF (Florida, USA, funded by a NASA Emerging World grant), for 1 month in our laboratory, as soon as sanitary conditions permitted, to carry out the planned experiments on these precious samples. These interactions and research work resulted in an invitation to present our joint research (invited lecture) at the American Chemical Society Spring Meeting, Astrochemical Complexity in Planetary Systems Organics in the Inner Solar system, San Antonio, TX, USA, Virtual, April 9, 2021, and in an invited article in a special issue of the journal ACS Earth and Space Chemistry (SLA-22). This work specifically explores the organic inventories of carbonaceous chondrites (CCs) and provides insights into the physicochemical environments involved in the Solar System’s formation and the post accretionary evolution of meteorite parent bodies.