The cries of nature and the warnings of scientists haven’t been enough so far to launch a real strategy aimed at averting climate change. Awareness cannot just be theoretical so we must break down the inertia of unsustainable models for life and consumption, and unite our efforts so that even tiny individual habits, taken together, can be translated into a huge result and collective benefit.
For Claber respecting nature is the inspiration for every daily action, through consistent and responsible attitudes. From acquiring technologies in order to be self-sufficient in terms of energy, to the use of certified raw materials, but also through organising and sponsoring initiatives and events that encourage a route towards an eco-sustainable society and culture.
For real cultural progress to happen, it is important to know about plastic, an economical and versatile material, and be able to recognise incorrect information. Claber only uses non-toxic plastic substances, treated using safe processes, to provide customers with quality products that last and are 100% recyclable. Why? So that plastic can still be used to offer savings, while also caring for the environment.
Claber has restored and restarted a disused hydroelectric power plant, a metaphor for the ability of water to create energy and life. The School of Water is a place to meet and exchange ideas, a training and information centre, an excellent example of how man can use nature intelligently, responsibly and non-invasively. An ambitious project that restores a resource to the country, after a long break.