CLIMATE change is firmly in the global spotlight this week as the world’s leaders meet in Glasgow in a bid to accelerate action to protect the future of our planet.
The two-week UN Climate Change conference kicked off on Sunday (October 31), at the Scottish Event Campus with world leaders due to put forward their high level plans and action to tackle climate change at the start of this week.
The event, which many are calling ‘the world’s best last chance to get runaway climate change under control’ highlights the urgency of the problem and the need for immediate action to be taken, both on a global and local level.
Martin Tye, CEO of San Pedro-based green energy company, Mariposa Energía has commended the aims of the conference, stating: “It is vitally important we all do our bit to tackle climate change and to help reduce the harmful emissions released into our atmosphere that are causing global warming.”
Mariposa Energía offers two green energy solutions, which not only help to save the future of the planet but which also help businesses and householders to save money. Their cheaper, 100 per cent green energy tariffs are available to everyone and the process to switch is seamless and literally easier than flicking a switch.
Meanwhile, those who own their own roof can take advantage of the power of the sun and generate their own electricity with solar PV panels. The Mariposa Energía team takes care of the whole process (from survey, design and installation to the registration and ongoing maintenance), with a return on investment being realised in just a few years.
“At Mariposa Energía our mission is simple: to help save the future of the planet by providing green energy from renewable energies and to help businesses and householders to save money,” Martin Tye said.
“Climate change is a problem that cannot be ignored. The affects can already be seen with an increase in extreme weather conditions, environmental disasters and the melting of ice caps.
“By moving to renewable energies, such as wind and solar energy we can reduce carbon emissions from fossil fuels, which is one of the biggest contributors to climate change.
“What’s more our green energy products actually save consumers money so going green really is a win win situation.”