Climate change is a global problem - mainly caused by human activities that use fossil fuels - which has consequences, just to name a few: the loss of biodiversity, fires, rising temperatures, the melting of glaciers, the scarcity of water, catastrophic storms, as well as impacting people's lives and health.
Human beings, therefore, are primarily responsible for global warming due to greenhouse gases and are also the first to find and implement effective solutions both to mitigate its effects and minimize their environmental impact, and to adapt to climatic consequences.
It is now important to act on a personal and local scale to protect natural ecosystems and improve the quality of life for all.
This is why the commitment to environmental sustainability is a key point in my lifestyle and as photographer, it is the adventure to which we are called in this time and every little step taken by each one builds the road for all.
This statement of photographic sustainability is inspired by the principles expressed in particular by:
The objective of this sustainability declaration is my commitment to make aware and responsible daily choices that have less and less impact on the environment, on people's lives and health, in particular by putting the following actions into practice:
I try to stay updated and to deepen the various aspects related to respect for nature and the sustainability of my life choices on the environment through certified courses and webinars.
I propose here a selection and I undertake to follow others.
I undertake to seriously respect the actions indicated in this statement of photographic sustainability, to continue to update myself and find ever more efficient solutions so as to improve the
quality and quantity of my contribution.
If I make mistakes, I take responsibility for them and I am committed to learning from them and being ready to change my behavior.
I will periodically review this sustainability statement so that it corresponds to my concrete actions at all times.
Last updated August 2023