In recent weeks, the Naturgy Foundation has resumed the Energy Challenge, an innovative touring experience that aims to teach young people and the general public about the energy transition, the circular economy, air quality and new energy technologies.
Greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by 25% in Spain, and per capita emissions have decreased by 30%.
The Naturgy Foundation publishes a study carried out by LIKEN CARBON HUB, which shows the evolution of greenhouse gas emissions from 2005 to 2018, mainly extracted from the National Inventory of Greenhouse Gases (INGEI).
Over 100 kilos of waste were also collected during the event, organised in partnership with the Fragas do Mandeo Foundation. The Naturgy Foundation’s Environmental Volunteering Programme has just celebrated its fifth anniversary; five years during which 35 m3 of waste have been cleared from natural spaces throughout Spain and more than 3,600 plant specimens have been planted.
The event will be an opportunity to discuss the role of cities in the fight against air pollution and reflect upon best practices from leaders such as Berlin, Milan and Madrid. The panel will feature representatives of these three European cities, and discuss the challenges they are faced with and the solutions they have implemented.