Twelve CEO get involved with Solar Impulse for a better world
There are voices from all sides calling for the “world after” the Covid-19 crisis to relaunch a more sustainable and efficient management of our bled planet. Our society had been weakened for several decades by over-consumption and climate change, but now that the pandemic is rampant and the world has come to a standstill, a window of opportunity is opening up to prepare for tomorrow. It is in front of the effervescence of forums, scientific studies and expressions of opinion that SOLAR IMPULSE and its solutions – including CARBON FOREST – are building the framework of efficient proposals to build tomorrow’s world in a sustainable way.
Ursula von der Leyen declared in April 2020, on the occasion of the Green Deal Net0 2050, that it was necessary to “rebuild a green, resilient and digital Europe”. In the same vein, Bruno Le Maire expressed his wish for Air France to “become the most respectful airline on the planet”. This is why LVMH, Soprema, BNPParibas, Engie, Solvavy, Breitling, Michelin, airliquidegroup, Air France, Nestlé, Covestro, SchneiderElec and others have found it necessary to commit to the promulgation of clean and cost-effective solutions alongside SOLAR IMPULSE. It is obvious that many wishes are being expressed and responses are pouring in from all walks of life to build a better world. CARBON FOREST, with its method of sustainable silviculture, enhances the French and world forest heritage by safeguarding and promoting the potential of each tree in the ecological stakes.