The energy transition must be pursued protecting the planet and safeguarding the environment and its biodiversity.

Care for the environment and biodiversity

Fighting climate change; Producing and providing sustainable energy for all; Twinning it with sustainable models of consumption; Encouraging sustainable use of the world's ecosystem. These are just some of the goals that 150 world leaders agreed at the UN in 2015, when they signed the 2030 Agenda including the Sustainable Development Goals. Specifically, Goal 14 on life below water, aims to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. Goal 15, on the other hand, deals with life on land and aims to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of the planet's ecosystem by sustainably managing forests, combatting desertification, halting and reversing land degradation and halting biodiversity loss. From the efficient use of natural resources to waste management and the safeguard of protected areas that are important for biodiversity and ecosystems, the environmental culture must be seen as an important resource in every sector. Protection of the planet, must be substantiated pledging not only to recognize the close link between climate change and biodiversity loss, but also to minimize risks and maximize efforts to protect and conserve existing ecosystems through the application of nature-based solutions based on strict ecological principles.