We know that not all heroes wear capes and when it comes to climate, anyone taking meaningful action can be a superhero.
As climate change continues to impact the world we live in, water issues are rising to the surface – and we are not talking just about rising sea levels.
Travelling abroad can leave a significant carbon footprint. We spoke to Climate Pact Ambassadors Anna Staszewska from Poland and Jesus Iglesias from Spain to discover how we can enjoy our holidays while reducing our impact on the planet.
As climate-related concerns continue to grow,event organisers across Europe are increasingly aware of the carbon impact large gatherings can have. If you’re looking to enjoy a sustainable summer concert or festival this year, here are a few things to look out for to make your experience greener.
We all enjoy taking a well-deserved break, especially during the summer holidays. But travelling to different destinations can come with a considerable environmental footprint.
Sport – a key player in climate action?
New skills and jobs for Europe’s green future
The European Climate Pact is celebrating two years of taking climate action together, in our worlds, for our planet.
Whether it’s a searing heat wave, prolonged drought or devastating flooding, the impact of climate change is being felt across Europe.
Whether it’s a conference call with your team at work, posting a selfie on social media or streaming your favourite show, millions of Europeans take part in digital activities every day.