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Fighting against cancer, combating gender violence or violence against women, campaigns to fight childhood maladies... We put on the table social action initiatives to support people who are suffering, having into account their integration and their quality of life.

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  • Even though significant progress has been made in recent decades in increasing life expectancy and reducing child and maternal mortality, more initiatives and projects are still needed to completely eradicate various health and well-being issues.

  • Today learning how to recycle is easier and more fun than ever for kids. There are numerous games and activities related to recycling that are designed to teach children to generate less waste, separate it and reuse it, helping to reinforce their ecological values and commitment to the environment.

    On the occasion of International Women's Day, celebrated on the 8th of March, Iberdrola group — which takes on the challenges of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal number 5 (gender equality) as its own — has brought together female and male employees of the company, as well as great athletes, to ask them about their vision of the role of women in society today. These are the actions and initiatives developed by the company to contribute towards equal opportunities.

  • The Iberdrola group is accepting the challenges posed by Sustainable Development Goal 5 — Gender Equality — as its own. Consequently it is undertaking a variety of actions, policies and procedures to help achieve them. On the occasion of International Women's Day, which is celebrated on 8 March every year, the company organised an event in which eight professionals women from different areas have debated about equality in the workplace, among other initiatives.

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    Shopping for loose produce has become popular again to reduce food wastage and help to halt the avalanche of plastic packaging which is damaging our planet. This way of shopping, which was commonplace until only a few decades ago, enables us to buy foodstuffs and other household products by weight and without packaging, and has become a mainstay of the global zero-waste movement.