The Expo ANTAD (National Association of Self-Service and Convenience Stores) & Food 2019, which was held in the first week of March, in the City of Guadalajara, Jalisco, sought to offset the carbon footprint of its event held in 2018.
This was done through the Scolel'te program, which allows to conserve the forests in Chiapas, to capture dioxide carbon and contributes to the generation of incomes for the inhabitants of rural communities.
The certificate of compensation was delivered at a press conference of Expo 2019. The president of ANTAD reaffirmed his interest in the carbon footprint compensation, as well as the need for its visibility and the importance of the awareness of the problem of climate change. This is a business platform for the food and beverage sector at an industrial level.