As a company participating in Earth Hour 2016 and as part of Ferrovial’s ‘Lend a Hand to Save the Climate’ campaign, Ferrovial will switch off the neon signs in the company’s offices thus supporting this global initiative.
Ferrovial is joining the celebration of Earth Hour 2016, the biggest global initiative in defence of the environment ever organised, which will be held on 19 March from 8:30 to 9:30 pm.
Earth Hour 2016
As a company participating in Earth Hour 2016 and as part of Ferrovial’s ‘Lend a Hand to Save the Climate’ campaign, it undertakes to switch off the neon signs in the company’s offices and thus support this global initiative. The company is joining over 35,000 companies around the world and more than 500 in Spain to celebrate Earth Hour, which every year reminds us that small gestures like switching off the lights can have far-reaching effects. This event aims to raise awareness in society of the need to take action on climate change and polluting emissions.
Find out in this video about the biggest environmental mobilisation campaign in history. 170 countries, 7,000 cities, one thousand million people and thousands of companies, including Ferrovial, will take part.
Ferrovial is committed to the environment
Ferrovial supports ambitious commitments on climate change, with the implementation of various relevant initiatives conducted before and after the Paris summit, such as the Spanish Green Growth Group, the European “Net Zero Buildings” commitment or the “Paris Pledge for Action” (L’Appel de Paris). The company has also substantially reduced its carbon footprint: since 2009, the carbon intensity has been reduced by 38.4%, and 28% in absolute terms in all Ferrovial activities. In addition to its recent participation in the COP21 in Paris, where the undertakings signed by its employees as part of the internal initiative ‘Lend the Climate a Hand’ were presented.
Join the Earth Hour initiative
You can also participate in this initiative by switching off the lights, computers, TV sets and all your electronic devices for one hour on Saturday 19th March. Join in and fight climate change and show your commitment to the planet.
Tomorrow, 19 March, from 8:30 to 9:30 pm, switch off the lights and lend a hand to save the climate.