what we do?

We push the change in technologies and policies.

Renewable Energy

Energy that produces no greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels and reduces some types of air pollution. Diversifying energy supply and reducing dependence on imported fuels.

Responsible interaction with the environment to avoid depletion or degradation of natural resources and allow for long-term environmental quality.
ethics & value
Our project concerns human beings’ ethical relationship with the natural environment. A serious problem exists with respect to the status and meaning of ‘environmental values’.
Reducing Emissions

Reducing CO2 emissions is crucial to slowing climate change.

Renewable Energy

Wind and solar are powering a clean energy revolution.

Circular Economy

To help reduce society’s impact on the planet, we aim to promote recycling

Conserving Nature

Our oceans are 10 times more polluted than they were in 1980. And these examples are just the tip of an iceberg.

Our Mission

We push the change in technologies and policies needed to get to a zero-emissions, high-energy planet at an affordable cost. Imagine a world where the energy needs of all humans are met efficiently without damaging the atmosphere.
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of the population in the EU are unable to have quality meal every second day.
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population of wild species has declined on average in the last two generations.
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of greenhouse gas emissions are related to the production and use of energy within the EU.
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of aviation emissions is predicted to help reduced by The Single European Sky strategy
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of food production is wasted within the European Union every day.

Protect and enhance environment for future generations.

Sustainable Air & Climate

We deserve clean air to breathe and a sustain-able future that is responsive to challenges by climate change.

Efficient Technology

The 21st century will challenge everything we think we know about nature and technology. Today, digital technology is questioning this modern Western view and how humans relate to technology and their natural environment.

Human Ambitions and Earth's Limits

Our planet no longer functions in the way it once did. Earth is currently confronted with a relatively new situation, the ability of humans to transform the atmosphere.

Preventing Natural Disasters

Forests and other vegetation help stabilise slopes and therefore reduce the risk of landslides. Wetlands can help regulate floods.

Affordable and Clean Energy

Over the next 5 to 10 years, the world's major nations and regions will adopt renewable energy as the main power source for their electric grids.

Life on Land

Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.

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