The ecological footprint measures the consumption of natural resources. Different relationships and environmental data are combined into a manageable value (ecological footprint) to ensure global monitoring of the earth's bio capacity.
Safeguarding the future
The consequences of expanding consumption of energy and resources such as the resulting environmental impacts due to overexploitation are increasingly obvious. Additionally, the previously accelerated consumption of energy and raw materials are further intensified by burgeoning industries worldwide.
These challenges no longer remain an individual concern. They impact both political and economic leadership. Traditionally responsible companies and entrepreneurs alike are joining a new offensive shift toward establishing fresh values and objectives, as well as the remodeling of industry and industrial processes for enhanced environmental consciousness, thereby benefitting society, a trend strongly endorsed by Keller Lufttechnik.