On January 21, 2020, the Council of Ministers officially declared the climate emergency in Spain. At the end of last May, the Climate Change bill entered the Congress of Deputies. This Thursday has been approved and sent to the Senate for final processing. The law addresses the fight against climate change, but, ultimately, it will go through many aspects of the daily life of citizens: turning on the light switch every day, traveling to work, visiting or for leisure. The way of producing and transporting companies, homes, the availability of quality water or protection against increasingly frequent adverse weather events.