November 18, 2021
The 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) underway in Glasgow is of major importance. Of course, because it reminds us of the urgency to act for the habitability of our planet, but also because it determines the general directions which national and local concrete actions will be taking. The event is therefore followed closely by the Englobe team dedicated to climate change.
One issue at COP26 that is receiving increased attention from Englobe is carbon neutrality, which various governments have committed to achieving by 2050. The challenge of carbon neutrality will be immense at all scales, because as the world moves towards a zero-carbon footprint, emission reduction strategies will need to be increasingly rigorous and innovative.
To meet this climate challenge, we must implement strategies now, both for future generations and for our current economy and infrastructure.
Follow our carbon neutrality journey, and ask Patrick Grenier and the team how you can achieve this goal too!