The Chiesa del Carmine Green Project was born from the decision to improve and make more efficient, the global energetic output of the parish structure by implementing a virtuous system of both sustainable and circular economy.
The project intends to implement what is contained in the EncyclicalLaudato si’ which strongly underlines the importance of renewable energies and their good use. Among the topics covered by Pope Francis, an important passage concerns precisely these resources:
In the world there is a low access to clean and renewable energies. There is still a need to develop technologies suitable for storage. There is still a need to develop technologies suitable for storage.
Particular attention to renewable sources of energy can also be seen in the many passages in which the need for a more respectful and balanced relation with our planet is emphasised; introducing even systems that can allow for a reduced and better consumption and drastically reducing waste of resources and energy so as to improve the overall efficiency of production systems.
It’s undeniable how, at a global level, the awareness of the necessity to produce energy in a responsible and renewable manner is becoming increasingly diffused; this commitment has been accepted both in institutions and across the social fabric, with a constantly increasing number of people who are aware of and favourable to green technology.
From this point of view, the Chiesa del Carmine has long decided to walk along an increasingly green path, which includes concrete practices that are currently in use: