Are you into eco-tourism? Do you prefer cultural tourism? However your preferences are, you are on the right place. In Iberdrola we suggest different ideas about how to enjoy your spare time in a sustainable way.
In a world subject to constant change on the back of the digital revolution, innovation has become essential. This is not only true for the business world, but also for cities. Discover which are the most innovative and competitive cities in the world, and the criteria that have put them at the top.
Nothing defines a country and makes it unique like its culture. Seeing its art, experiencing its traditions, trying its cuisine and strolling through its history are without doubt the best guides to discovering a country. And that, precisely, is what cultural tourism is all about. Fancy a trip to cities like Amsterdam, London, Paris or Barcelona?
What makes a country a benchmark for innovation (R&D)? Bloomberg created its Innovation Index in order to establish a ranking of the world's most innovative countries. The index takes account of such indicators as patent registration, investment in education and productivity. Find out which ten countries head up this ranking.
Citizens, planners and architects with an ecological conscience put their hopes in the eco-neighbourhoods. Efficient and highly environmentally friendly, they are emerging in the big cities.
The world's population has risen to 7.6 billion (UN, 2017), and a large part is concentrated in major cities. These cities contribute the most to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and yet, at the same time, they offer the best hope for reducing the ecological footprint on a global scale.