Achieving climate neutrality is the only way to avoid climate change

Last Thursday, we were at the round table discussing the measures that are being carried out in the Balearic Islands to reduce the emission of C02 together with the Director General of Energy of the Balearic Government, Pep Malagrava; the Director of Sustainability of Tirme, Amalia Cerdà; the UIB professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory on Climate Change, Damià Gomis and moderator of the round table, Fausto Oviedo, energy and CSR advisor.

Together we analysed the impact of the carbon footprint on climate change and the urgent need to act now in order to avoid reaching a point of no return. Our director, Ana Riera, emphasised the possibility of creating energy communities to join efforts in favour of the environment, she also mentioned the importance of the circular economy and the need of organic farming to reduce emissions.