Climate change is one of the most important challenges that humanity is facing in the 21st century. The electricity sector plays a key role in achieving the purpose set by the Paris agreement to limit the rise in the planet's temperature and the greenhouse effects.
Desertification and flooding among the consequences of the greenhouse effect
Human action is causing an increase in global temperature — since 1977 every month but one has been warmer than the 20th century average (Global Climate Report, NOAA, 2018) —, this means that the greenhouse effect, far from being our great ally as was the case in the past, is now a risk to our survival. KNOW THEM
We are the energy sector's sole representative in the Talanoa Dialogue
Thanks to the significant degree of alignment between our strategy and the objectives of the historic Paris Agreement and the documentation provided by the company, Iberdrola is one of the six companies selected by the United Nations to participate in the Talanoa Dialogue in Bonn. MORE INFORMATION
COP23: discover the keys to the next Climate Change Conference
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will meet in Bonn (Germany) from 6 to 17 November 2017 for the Climate Change Conference, which will be presided over by the Government of Fiji. KNOW IT
Do you know the influence of climate change on security?
Climate change is affecting human security and stability in some regions of the planet. The search for the relationship between climate change and the appearance of conflicts has aroused the interest of the scientific community in the last few years and many related studies have been published. LEARN MORE
Iberdrola's battle against CO2 emissions in figures
Between 2013 and 2015 the company prevented the release of 57.4 million tonnes of CO2, equivalent to 26 times the yearly traffic emissions for the city of Madrid. DISCOVER MORE