There’s only one way to achieve this, which is by drastically reducing our emissions of greenhouse gases. A global reduction of 40% to 70% by 2050 will be essential. The ultimate objective is to approach zero emissions by the end of the century. Here again, satellites, which are already operational, will continue to play a key role. CLS uses satellites to monitor our carbon footprint in maritime areas. How? By optimising all human activity on our seas and oceans: maritime routing, support for green energy, protection of mangrove forests, and tax incentives to reduce the production of waste.
Throw away less : it’s good for your planet and good for the planet
We all know that to reduce our production of CO2, it is essential to produce less waste. What’s less well known is that CLS, through its subsidiary NOVACOM SERVICE, has developed a solution for the comprehensive tracing of household waste.
What’s less well known is that CLS, through its subsidiary NOVACOM SERVICES, has developed a solution for the comprehensive tracing of household waste. Rubbish containers are fitted with electronic chips. Trucks with a direct receiving antenna collect the following types of data emitted by the chip: position, address, volume, and possibly the weight.