The answer is very clear: yes, because it is the best option together to saving and efficiency; and the urgency of climate crisis pushes us to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
We started a collaboration with the environmental entity “CeroCO2”, in order to compensate for all the greenhouse gas emissions that I cannot avoid in my trips or diverse activities.
There is no longer any discussion, scientific or in media, that the current human civilization is causing climate change at an unprecedented speed, especially since the invention of the steam engine (around 1750) and the intensive use of fossil fuels as the main energy source.
One month left to start the second of the polar expeditions of the project THE LAST ICE. On March 16th we leave for the Russian arctic to cross the ONEGA Lake, the largest in Europe that freezes.