2030 is the date of no return
We have little time to save the planet from climate catastrophe.
This is what Special Report 15 of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change states. If current trends continue, the temperature will rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2040, leading to disastrous consequences for the entire Earth: an increase in climate catastrophes, loss of biodiversity, rising ocean levels, disappearance of glaciers, just to give a few examples.
2030 is the maximum time limit we have to reverse the course, beyond that date the effects of air pollution will no longer be curbed, that is, there will be no turning back.
Reversing the trend is a task for all of us; if the earth is in danger, so is our very existence.
Save the Planet was born as a concrete commitment to the health of our Planet, a commitment that takes the form of promoting ecological development models and eco-sustainable lifestyles, but also of supporting collective environmental protection projects.
Supporting Save the Planet is an investment in the future of all of us.