Protecting what we eat and drink, preserving the quality of the air we breathe, conserving the climate we know, taking care of the biodiversity we rely on and promoting a new and resilient agriculture. The last IPCC report attests that the average temperature across the planet’s surface has risen by +1°C between 1901 and 2012.
The climate changes that are underway generate unprecedented challenges and sometimes entail irreversible consequences for the Earth’s ecosystems and for mankind.
Natural resources & Biodiversity
Worldwide, natural resources and biodiversity are threatened daily.
In the framework of the 3rd Climate Plan, the Luxembourg government is committing to the reduction of 40% of its emission by 2030. This new norm confronts both states and companies with a new reality and imposes strategy renewals.