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With the motto Getting it done, Climate Week NYC focuses on compliance with the climate objectives and the need to secure more commitments from companies, governments and organisations. Iberdrola group, a global benchmark in the fight against climate change, is once again attending this event, a global opportunity to join forces to accelerate climate action and assess progress before COP26.
Iberdrola has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with AECOM, Ancitel Energia e Ambiente and Cinque International to undertake the project to convert the Apennine railway, which links Sansepolcro (Arezzo) and Sulmona (L'Aquila) in Italy, to green hydrogen.
We carry out different actions to ensure diversity and inclusion for our workers, customers and suppliers, and to progress towards a more diverse and inclusive society.
The economic and employment recovery after COVID-19 has to be green, which is why we are pressing for the adoption of a new social-economic model which is climate-neutral, resilient, sustainable and inclusive.
We launch this challenge to develop a web tool to help fleet operators to assess feasibility, costs and benefits of converting their fleets to electric solutions.
Our responsibility is to disseminate, implement and ensure monitoring of the general policies, strategies and directives of Iberdrola group in the territories in which our subsidiaries operate.
From Networks business we have launched iNET30 (Iberdrola Networks Excellence Transformation), a program that will maximize the Iberdrola group's global dimension to build the network of the future and achieve our vision of being the best smart grid operator by 2030, maintaining our leadership in our areas of influence. DISCOVER IT
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Planet Earth is going through the sixth mass extinction event in its history, and everything seems to indicate that insects are going to bear the brunt. In fact, according to a study conducted by academic journal Biological Conservation, they are disappearing eight times faster than mammals, birds and reptiles. This will have a massive impact, because insects are pivotal to the functioning of ecosystems and understanding them is the first step toward protecting them. KEEP READING