“It is not possible to lead the energy sector without understanding the socio-political context. A global vision is needed, because energy is a sector without frontiers”

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We need to talk about the 2030 Agenda (and act on it)

A few days ago, while collecting his Goya award for Best New Actor in “Champions”, and claiming the “inclusion, diversity and visibility” of people with disabilities, Jesús Vidal made the 2030 Agenda visible on prime-time television. Observant viewers would wonder about the meaning of the colourful pin that he and the rest of the film […]

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One more step towards inclusive economic growth

The year 2019 has started with a relevant economic and social measure and has generated some controversy: the rise in the Minimum Interprofessional Salaries (SMI) by 22.3%, the largest increase in the history of Spanish democracy. The benefits and risks of increasing the minimum wage have been one of the most discussed issues in economics. […]

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Climate change demands immediate action: What can we do today?

Source: © cop24.gov.pl The need for global decarbonisation is a fact of life and climate change is now at the forefront of the global political agenda. It was one of the key issues at the recent G20 meeting in Buenos Aires and, in the last two weeks, has brought together almost 200 countries at the COP24 summit […]

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