Aggro and Messi’s team in a formula to defeat the next opponent

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Leo Messi
Leo Messi

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With the end of the European summer, Emmanuel Macron of the president France, He also announced “the end of abundance.” In a powerful speech about the energy and climate crisis it is fueling war in Ukraine He called for saving, both in terms of consumption and environmental impact.

The message struck a chord with French society, which is concerned about the scarcity of resources, the threat of power outages and succumbing to high temperatures. So much so that a magnifying glass was placed on all public figures, including football teams. At a Paris Saint-Germain football team press conference, Kylian Mbappe and technical director Christophe Galtier were asked why they were traveling to the match against Nantes by private jet rather than by train, with the idea of ​​cutting back. carbon footprint.

Messi’s partner burst out laughing and the French coach mockingly replied that they would make the next trip in a “sailing car”. While it may sound like an exaggeration to ask a football coach for such a specific answer to something that doesn’t directly concern him, the small scandal that resulted from his response made it clear that this is a very sensitive issue. For the French.. Various ministers came forward to answer him, and a few days later Galtier himself apologized for his “bad joke”.

One of the biggest advances in the fight against the carbon footprint is measurement. From SNCF, the company that runs long-distance trains in France, they responded with metrics: a train trip from Paris to Nantes pollutes 80 times less than a plane. The same company has an “eco-calculator” and suggests that greenhouse gases would be reduced by 10% from Paris to London if air travel were avoided.

In Spain, there is a Transitional Ministry of Energy, where any company can share its carbon footprint, calculate its reduction and the necessary compensation for its activities. It is impossible to completely eliminate greenhouse gases: we always need light to live, trucks to transport goods, and bus rides to go to work. The challenge is to minimize the impact, but what is not measured cannot be improved.

The cases in Europe allow us to get a little closer to the issue, which in some sectors of Argentina is still considered a science fiction problem. Although the PSG problem is more related to the transportation of people, it can be a reflection for the logistics sector and companies involved in the transfer of goods. Given the lack of a rail network proposed for Galtieri, and in a country of almost 4 million km2 where rural-to-urban travel is one of the engines of the economy, it would be the first step in reducing the carbon footprint. be its quantitative assessment.

Banks are one of those who have taken action on this issue. Galicia has been measuring its carbon footprint since 2010 and aims to be neutral. In order to offset the carbon dioxide (7,700 tons) produced in 2021, he planted 2,200 local trees in Misiones, which, when they grow, will take up the same amount in the process of photosynthesis. Banco Santander has studied that 67% of banking customers are asking for tools to be more active in the fight against climate change. For this reason, customers in Spain can measure the carbon footprint of purchases made with their card and can offset the impact through the platform. Globally, they have decarbonized their portfolio and financed renewable energy projects.

As with global phenomena, climate change affects everyone from Messi’s team to Argentina’s agricultural producers, including banks. Although the approach varies from country to country, the competitor is the same, and so is the first step to defeating it: measuring your carbon footprint.

The author is the CEO of Humber

Source: La Nacion

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