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“A Million Commitments to the Climate” Campaign
A project against climate change


Paris Climate Summit (COP21)

Challenge achieved: one million commitments from Spanish citizens, companies and entities 

Calculation of the carbon footprint of Ineco and Ecodes 


  • “A Million Commitments to the Climate” Campaign
  • “A Million Commitments to the Climate” Campaign
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Only collective and global action will be effective against climate change: this is the starting point of the campaign that the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment created in 2015 under the slogan “A million commitments to the climate”. Ineco has been in charge of developing the initiative with the special involvement of the Spanish Office of Climate Change, Ecodes, and the Fundación Biodiversidad. This citizen participation and awareness-raising campaign that aimed to gain the support of a million individuals and companies to contribute to the reduction of diffuse emissions of greenhouse gases, was developed in the months in the run-up to the Climate Summit held in Paris in December 2015, in which a historic worldwide agreement was reached to avoid global warming exceeding 2ºC by 2020.

Through the campaign’s website, any citizen or entity could endorse and share the commitments that they chose in the fight against climate change, so that the Spanish government could present them at the Summit.

Ineco managed the project, the design and development of the web platform, the linkage and mobilisation of the initiatives that were generated by the operators and managers of the transport infrastructure and the project of investigation, detection, definition and calculation of the reduction in the emissions of each commitment, as well as the good practice guide to minimise the emissions deriving from the execution of the design and its carbon footprint.



Data Sheet
Location: Spain
Client: Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment
Execution period: 2015
Market: Environment

Ineco opts for the integration of sustainable solutions

The generation of energy from fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas), industry and transport, agriculture and changes in the use of soil (particularly deforestation) are the main causes of artificial emissions of greenhouse gases. The contribution of engineering to the global battle against climate change is that of seeking the most sustainable technical solutions and new tools and technologies that allow us to detect, quantify and mitigate its effects. Ineco contributes its experience and capabilities in the field of transport for the development of infrastructure that promotes sustainability and energy efficiency.