The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were approved in 2015 as part of a new sustainable development agenda and they are part of the Iberdrola's group business strategy.
Over one billion people do not have access to reliable telephone service (UN, 2017), and there continues to be much basic infrastructure in poor conditions in many developing countries. To spread prosperity and social and economic development we must continue to invest in industry, innovation and infrastructure.
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.
The food and agriculture sectors play a crucial part in ending hunger and poverty. When managed appropriately and responsibly, they can feed the entire planet, generate income, boost development in rural populations and protect the environment.
Have you ever thought about what poverty actually is? At first glance it seems a concept we can all perfectly understand, but do you know what it really means? Poverty is about so much more than a mere lack of resources.
More than 700 million workers worldwide live in poverty (ILO, 2017), while gender disparities are widening. In order to achieve sustainable economic development, societies need to create the conditions necessary for people to access quality jobs, stimulating the economy without harming the environment.