The cycling alliance Moving for Climate NOW patronized by Iberdrola delivers a Manifesto for climate ambition and urgency to the United Nations and to the Presidency of COP26

The cycling alliance Moving for Climate NOW patronized by Iberdrola delivers a Manifesto for climate ambition and urgency to the United Nations and to the Presidency of COP26

Iberdrola’s president, Ignacio Galán, ate the platoon of cyclists and encouraged them to continue with their sweats to fight climate change, pressing that”since Paris, the 200 people from institutions, universities, NGOs and political numbers who have taken part in Moving for Climate NOW have travelled km on two mainlands, cycling together to speed up the transition towards the zero- emigrations ideal, proving that when we act together, we multiply the results”
.The sixth cycling passage travelled around Scotland in four stages and was ate by the deputy director of UNFCCC, the chairman of Bobby, the president of Iberdrola and the CEO of Scottish Power
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This electric bike cycling action is an trouble to demand that the UNFCC, the administration of COP26 and other authorities act incontinently to fight against climate change and stop global temperatures from rising further than1.5 ºC
The group of 15 cyclists was made up of representatives from transnational bodies, governments, universities, conservationists and business groups, backed by Iberdrola. Their final thing was the doors of the Climate Summit presently afoot in Glasgow (Scotland) where they presented a fiat demanding climate action by all members of society in five crucial areas. They were met by the deputy superintendent clerk of the Framework Convention of the United Nations on Climate Change (CMNUCC), Ovais Sarmad, Peter Hill, Chief Executive Officer of COP26, Iberdrola president Ignacio Galán and the CEO of Scottish Power, Keith Anderson.

During the last four days, the cyclists covered further than 270 km on electric bikes, some of them stopping off at some of Scotland’s most emblematic energy spots to talk about the fiat.

The actors come from different organisations, among which are the International Energy Agency, the University of Strathclyde, WWF UK, CMNUCC, the Commercial Leaders Group, the Transnational Renewable Powers Agency (IRENA), the British and Scottish governments, and several transnational intelligencers who have all come part of Moving For Climate Now. Since COP21 in Paris, they’ve been at every Summit to shoot a communication about the critical need for immediate action to fight against climate change, particularly in terms of the transition of a more effective, low- carbon energy model.

A Fiat FOR THE WORLD
The most recent report published by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) includes some astounding conclusions of how climate change is enhancing

presto. An ever- adding number of regions across the earth are suffering the goods, and what’s further, emigrations aren’t decelerating down, rather they’re adding.
The fiat delivered moment sets out, point by point, the abecedarian principles on which this platoon believes action is demanded to address climate challenges and meet the objects of the Paris Agreement. It advocates for

Medium and long- term paths to achieve net-zero emigrations by 2050.
Coherent programs that will enable countries to meet their emigrations reduction targets.
Further green investment to speed up the decarbonisation of the frugality.
More conservation of marine and terrestrial ecosystems, vital for a healthy earth.
Giving motivation to encouraging everyone to work together, forming alliances to address climate change challenges.
THE SIXTH MOVING FOR CLIMATE NOW AND Nearly KM COVERED
.The Moving for Climate NOW cycling for the climate action is in its sixth in-person edition this time.

After travelling nearly km since the action began, which has taken the cyclists from Bilbao to COP21 in Glasgow, 200 actors from a variety of areas of influence have shared in this Iberdrola- patronized event. These have included transnational organisations similar as the European Commission, the European Investment Bank and the International Energy Agency (IEA); institutions like the Spanish Office for Climate Change; enterprise like the World Business Council for Sustainable Development; civil society, through NGOs similar as ECODES, the Red Cross and Ayuda en Acción; opinion-makers, huntsmen and women and exploration centres and universities similar as the University of Salamanca, the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).
At the” finish lines”, Moving for Climate NOW has delivered its manifestos to the main institutions of the global climate docket, passing through the Climate Summits in Paris, Marrakech, Bonn, Katowice and Madrid.
IBERDROLA’S CLIMATE Impartiality IN EUROPE IN 2030
Iberdrola continues to make progress with its sustainability strategy, grounded on the electrification of the frugality and acquainted towards the fight against climate change and the creation of wealth and employment in the communities in which it operates.

The company is COP26’s main mate through its attachment ScottishPower, an event hosted in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November 2021. By September, it had succeeded in reducing its own CO2 emigrations to 53 g/ kWh and it’s committed to its undertaking of getting emigrations neutral in Europe by 2030.

In the last two decades, Iberdrola has invested 120 billion euros in renewable powers, smart grids and energy storehouse. An investment plan to 2030, worth 150 billion euros, will triple its renewable capacity to nearly MW.

IBERDROLA CHAIRMAN IGNACIO GALÁN WELCOMES THE Platoon OF CYCLISTS
Iberdrola’s president, Ignacio Galán, ate the platoon of cyclists and encouraged them to continue with their sweats to fight climate change, pressing that”from Paris, the 200 people from institutions, universities, NGOs and political numbers who have joined forces with Moving for Climate NOW have travelled km on two mainlands, cycling together to speed up the transition towards the zero- emigrations ideal, proving that joining forces can multiply results”.
During his speech, he added that”this time, during the stint of Scotland, in just two days they travelled from the once-cycling from the old electricity factory in Longannet, whose flue is listed for imminent obliteration-to the future of the energy system, videlicet our installations in Whiteless, where wind energy has been combined with battery storehouse, and will soon be joined by a green hydrogen factory”.