COP 27

by | Nov 8, 2022

COP 27 is here, the aim of this is to deliver action on an array of issues critical to tackling the climate emergency. They will build on the outcomes of COP26 to deliver action on an array of issues critical to tackling the climate emergency – from urgently reducing greenhouse gas emissions, building resilience and adapting to the inevitable impacts of climate change, to delivering on the commitments to finance climate action in developing countries. Furthermore, they seek to accelerate global climate action through emissions reduction, scaled-up adaptation efforts and enhanced flows of appropriate finance.

This year’s climate change conference has several visions of what needs to be discussed and achieved during this period. The biggest aspiration going into this is the hope of achieving as much progress as possible across the board on every item under negotiations in a balanced and equitable manner to create a collective action to tackle climate change and its impacts. Whilst at the conference there is also a concentration on finding ways to bridge the existing gaps in particular on mitigation, adaption and climate finance, all work is being based on reliable, credible science. During the gathering there is an emphasis on ensuring that no country is being left behind and ensuring that everybody is clear on the fact that this is a global problem.

Aspira is a unique innovative way that could be used to reduce and fight climate change in a number of different ways. For starters the use of drones helps to cut back CO2 emissions. It has been predicted that the use of drones could help to reduce carbon emissions by 2.4tons by 2030 compared to using more traditional methods, this is equivalent to taking around 1.7m diesel cars off the road for a year. The Reduction in co2 emissions is mainly driven by the idea that drones lead to a reduction in vehicle usage due to the efficiency of drone-enabled solutions resulting in fewer trips to sites and by removing the requirement for vehicles.

Our range of environmental coatings also include improving air quality and reducing building heat loss. Improving Air Quality is a clear Nano Titanium coating that utilises photocatalytic conversion to remove N0x and S0x pollutants from the atmosphere and improves the air quality in polluted landscapes in areas that were previously inaccessible. 5000 Sqm of treated surface will offset the annual NOx emissions of 450 Euro 6 diesel cars. Reducing building heat loss is a water-based fluoropolymer that is clear semipermeable coating which improves waterproofing and reduces heat loss of buildings and structures. Reducing heat loss by up to 20%. Improving energy consumption and your carbon footprint.

Aspira Aerial Applications Ltd is a leading technology company developing new, safer ways of surveying, maintaining and treating tall buildings and structures with a range of specialist coatings by using a bespoke Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Their primary aim is to support the green agenda by applying coatings that actively clean buildings and reduce air pollution and particulate matter, as well as to mitigate the risks of working at height.

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