The BRI Restaurant, located in Palma (Mallorca), offers innovative gastronomy and services, following the new trends with product of proximity and seasonal food. In addition to this, aware of the climatic problem of the current society, it has an active policy of reduction of emissions that consists of several lines of action: reduction of food waste, energy efficiency, water, waste prevention and recycling, calculation, reduction and compensation of the carbon footprint.
In accordance with the Law on Climate Change and Energy Transition of the Balearic Islands approved last February, where the main objective is to reach the free islands of fossil fuels in 2050, BRI Restaurant already has a climate change strategy started in 2010.
This year, the restaurant has calculated the corporate emissions for the years 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. The calculation includes the direct emissions derived from the consumption of natural gas and indirect emissions derived from the consumption of electrical energy, the consumption of goods and services, the consumption of waste generated and the fleet of vehicles belonging to the staff.
Additionally, the organization has compensated the emissions that due to its activity are not possible to avoid, closing a collaboration agreement with the Andra Pradesh project.
This is a wind energy generation project located in India that has the certification of Verified Carbon Standard. The project works to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and reduces 8,122 tCO2e each year. The project also contributes to the improvement of the electrical supply service in the area, improves the quality of the air and generates job opportunities and promotes economic activity.
The Clean CO2 certificate that BRI Restaurant has obtained, certifies the commitment of the organization with the fight against climate change.