Pilatus Journey: El granito de arena.

Many times we raise the idea of ​​the grain of sand. It seems ins ignifying if we consider that to have impact , you need the collaboration of hundreds of thousands of millions of more gra nitos.

It is frustrating to pose as a tiny element in the middle of the world. Of course we are passing through, in a specific space and time, but societies, cultures, infrastructures or art, have not been two days' work, much less alien to the intentions and grains of sand, of each of the people that have shaped it throughout history.

From small steps we get great results. In India they are already fighting, on a large and small scale, for the purpose of achieving a sustainable world: Supplying the rural towns and villages of energy future to solar energy.

Like the The third largest carbon emitter in the world, after China and the United States, India has an important role to play in tackling the climate crisis and thanks to these small gestures that start as a grain of sand, India has managed to reduce its emissions by up to 21 %.

SOURCE: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/article/india-bets-its-energy-future-on-solarin-small-ways-and-big-

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