AN UNDYNAMIC COP 25… TK’BLUE STEPS IN!

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An undynamic COP 25… TK’Blue steps in!

 

 


COP 25 organizers and NGOs denounce a minimalist resolution to address the climate emergency.  The press unanimously relayed a COP 25 that was “disappointing”, “unambitious” and “not up to the challenges”.

It would seem that once again, governments are unable to agree to answer to the climate emergency.

The COP 24 scenario is being repeated again… despite the incantations of all the experts, NGOs, personalities and international experts.

We can welcome the fact that the European Commission alone has proposed its “green pact”: to achieve greenhouse gas neutrality in the European Union by 2050 at the latest.

Like the Political Union, the Economic Union, i.e. all the companies in Europe, have the opportunity to commit themselves, in local and regional solidarity and set themselves up as a global example!

Transport is a key element in the success of the Planet’s energy transition, and therefore climate success.

Ten years ago, TK’Blue took the gamble to promote voluntary climate-friendly approaches by companies in their supply chain.

Measuring, monitoring and reducing emissions linked to the transport of goods is an important, essential lever for companies to commit to reducing their emissions: more than 30% on average of their carbon impact!

Congratulations to the hundred or so shippers in Europe, pioneers who, by joining the TK’Blue dynamic, have understood the strategic aspect for their company of controlling and starting their own emission reduction mechanisms.

They have not waited for the regulatory constraints which, in any case, will be there tomorrow. They have decided to act now, in good conscience.

Let’s also remember that governing or managing…also means planning for the future.

In spite of this mixed COP25 Madrid, TK’Blue strongly believes in the will of Spanish citizens to reduce its global emissions: reduction of 55% by 2030 compared to the level recorded in 1990.)

The government, based on its analysis of the available leverage, has announced very strict measures to be applied on transportation.

Sicasoft, which has specialized for 10 years in the environmental impact of companies, was the natural partner of TK’Blue for Spain.

Since last November, Sicasoft has become the undisputed leader in solutions for measuring, reducing and managing greenhouse gas emissions for the supply chain. It now makes its teams available to all Spanish and Portuguese companies wishing to adopt an approach that respects the environment and the sustainable development of their business.