The ecological transition is the process of adapting and changing towards a more sustainable society, which minimizes environmental impact and protects biodiversity. The ecological transition involves a change in production, consumption and mobility patterns, as well as in energy and resource management systems.
The ecological transition aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect human health, as well as promote long-term sustainability and the well-being of society. The ecological transition can include the adoption of renewable energy sources, the conservation of natural habitats, energy efficiency, the reuse and recycling of materials, and the adoption of sustainable practices in agriculture and industry.
The ecological transition requires commitment at both the individual and collective level, as well as the adoption of policies and incentives at the government level to support the change.