Iberdrola has certified its Results Presentations and Capital Markets Day web pages based on the Double A standard for accessibility according to the World Wide Web Consortium. The company is thus maintaining its commitment to promoting accessibility to its corporate web so that everyone is able to access it equally.
More than two decades ago, Iberdrola paved the way towards clean energy and took the first steps towards a more sustainable and responsible energy model. Now, the company is also paving the way to equality through sport. We have been promoting women's sport for years as a way of improving the recognition of women in society and promoting their empowerment and autonomy.
Our society has changed enormously in recent years. We live in an increasingly global world, where different cultures, races, genders and identities are ever more closely connected. And everyone's needs should all be covered equally. Iberdrola has been carrying out strategic actions to ensure diversity and inclusion for its workers, customers and suppliers, and to progress toward being a more diverse and inclusive society in all the countries where we are present.
Circular design goes hand in hand with the circular economy, which is committed to reusing products and abandoning the paradigm of using and throwing away. Specifically, this form of design advocates rethinking the process of creating a product from the beginning and, to do so, designers must adopt sustainability and respect for the environment as a starting point.
To mark International Women's Day on 8 March, women and men — employees of Iberdrola group, professionals and some great athletes — have joined forces to share their thoughts about the role of women in today's society and the female role models who have made a mark on their lives.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a priority for companies that are truly committed to the communities they operate in. In the midst of the climate crisis, which has been aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic, their contribution will be fundamental to achieving a green recovery that drives sustainable economic growth, accelerating the transition to low-carbon societies. Against that background, ESG criteria, which cover aspects related to the environment, society and corporate governance, are key when it comes to making more responsible investments towards the planet.