Small scale actions and huge financial resources meet to address earth’s biggest challenge.
It could come in the forms of small steps that increase resilience to climate hazards and natural disasters, or in the improvement of education and awareness-raising strategies in the populace of the most affected areas, but these are some of the actions that are an integral part of a more comprehensive strategy in tackling the adverse effects of climate change.
Of course, these actions couldn’t make a difference without major financial backing from developed countries part of UN’s Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Also, change comes in the form of political lobbying on national institutions to make sure that Climate Change policies are correctly and thoroughly implemented.
Proposed solutions can be practical or theoretical, but both ways can have a great impact on this immense challenge.
This challenge takes place in a non-collaborative environment, meaning that the interaction regarding the submission is private, between ENEL and the proponent.
What happens next?
An Enel technical panel will evaluate your proposal and might contact you to gather additional information. - Your innovative proposal will be evaluated based on technical parameters, economic and business impact for Enel. The presentation of the proposal will also be evaluated. - At the end of the assessment, you will receive feedback. - In case of success, an Enel contact person will get in touch with you to discuss the next steps.