The respect for the environment, flora and fauna or the defense of the nature are essential in fighting climate change. Iberdrola group promotes the biodiversity in ecosystems by supporting the cultural heritage development, apart from encouraging cultural and social awareness in this regard.
The sand theft, a phenomenon which has devastating environmental effects
Sand is, after water, the most sought after natural resource. It is an essential component in the manufacture of electronic devices and glass, and it is also used in bulk in construction. Rapid population growth and the mass development of cities have turned this material into a scarce commodity and a very lucrative business has emerged in trading sand. The theft of sand is a real threat to the environment. DISCOVER WHY
Are you thinking about your holidays? Eco-friendly tourism is starting to become a popular choice. This form of tourism is respectful with biodiversity, the environment and committed to the development of autochthonous populations.
Hiking and other adventure sports like rafting and climbing in natural ecosystems are becoming more and more popular. Whether we are heading out to the mountains, a natural park or an untouched beach, we should bear in mind the environmental impact we have when we do exercise outdoors.
Since the Paris Agreement, one term is being used in all the conversations on climate change: mitigation. The aim is to reduce emissions of polluting gases into the atmosphere and one of the ways to do this is to increase the presence of carbon sinks on Earth.
Sustainable architecture promotes efficient energy use in buildings in order to prevent unnecessary energy costs, to take advantage of local resources for system operations, and to ensure that there are no negative environmental impacts.