Tintex Textiles is one of the signatories of the most recent manifesto prepared by the Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD). The document includes 11 points with goals related to nature, Research & Development, and Energy, among others, designed to accelerate decarbonization and sustainability.
Tintex has been making remarkable progress in reducing its ecological footprint, and this new commitment made by the company, led by CEO Ricardo Silva, is another step on the path towards sustainable transition. The entrepreneur joins more than 80 entities, which also subscribe to the document.
The ‘Towards COP26’ Manifesto reinforces the urgency of debating climate change and the relevance of the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change, scheduled for November, in Glasgow. “Limiting the Earth’s warming to 1.5°C implies reducing by half the global emissions by 2030 (…). If climate action was limited to the policies currently under way, this would result in a minimum global warming of 2.9°C”, alerts the Business Council for Sustainable Development.