The world is changing at a breakneck speed. In a time of profound changes it is necessary to be part of those changes, to promote them and to help people to adapt and ensure that no one is left behind.
Iberdrola group acts as a motor for economic and social development by creating stable and quality employment. In this sense, it has committed to investing €75bn until 2025 to boost the industrial fabric and employment in the countries in which it operates.
As part of its commitment to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, Iberdrola group is committed to quality, inclusive and equitable education. Achieving this goal requires encouraging lifelong learning opportunities for everyone.
After three consecutive decades of economic, educational and health advances, the world has taken a step backwards in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This has been announced by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), which has been compiling the Human Development Index (HDI) since 1990.
In the Europe of 2060, one in three inhabitants will be over 65. A similar trend of increasing life expectancy and reversal of the population pyramid will be followed by the rest of the developed countries on the planet. The forms of consumption will therefore change and older people will become the engine of the so-called silver economy.
The Iberdrola group presents SHAPES, a space for analysis, as well as a meeting place for expressing different views, opinions and ways of understanding our world. Working with renowned experts in sustainability, innovation, culture, talent, social engagement, etc. the company is able to discover new trends, explore current issues and analyse the present in order to try to anticipate the future.