Real Madrid joined the Climate Summit that these days is celebrated in the capital of Spain with the installation on the main facade of the Santiago Bernabéu de an ecological canvas that will remain until December 13.
Real Madrid installed on the main facade of the Santiago Bernabéu, which is located on the Paseo de la Castellana, a giant canvas 35.77 meters wide and 19.60 meters high. This canvas will remain on display until the end of the Conference, next Friday the 13th, as reported by the group headed by Florentino Pérez on its website.
The canvas is microperforated and flame retardant so it has an ecological treatment that transforms pollution and dirt into water vapor causing bacteria to be eliminated. Every three square meters of canvas sucks the corresponding amount of nitrogen dioxide that a vehicle gives off for a year, the club explained.