Barcelona facing climate change

Climate change is a reality and is being caused by mankind. We already have evidence of its impact and need to act to address it.

The effects of climate change could present risks to people’s health and well-being (heat waves), security (guaranteed supply of water and energy, vulnerability of infrastructures, risks of fires etc.,) and to the natural environment which we have to provide for and protect against.

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Mon, 08/13/2018 - 17:27h

First water shelter in the city and more greenery for Sant Andreu

Urban planning. This is the first stage in redeveloping the site of the old Sant Andreu barracks. When the second stage is complete, the park will cover 22,000 square metres and become the largest green space in the neighbourhood.

Barcelona Energia

Sat, 06/30/2018 - 20:00h

Barcelona Energia flicks the switch

Energy. As from 1 July the metropolitan electricity distributor will start supplying 100% local green energy to municipal bodies and companies.

Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:59h

Barcelona, Cádiz, Madrid, Pamplona and Zaragoza combine to promote the energy transition

Energy. Barcelona, Cádiz, Madrid, Pamplona and Zaragoza combine to promote the energy transition.

Tue, 05/29/2018 - 16:23h

Organisations and schools from the Eixample, Sant Martí and Ciutat Vella take part in planting tree pits.

Environment. Barcelona is continuing with its policy of introducing more plant life, by planting flowers and plants in the city's tree pits.

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