Governance and Sustainability

IIDMA achieves a 50% reduction in the emissions authorized for the Ibiza Thermal Power Plant

The plant’s Environmental Authorization had been updated in February, with NOx emission limits much higher than those allowed by European legislation. Second success for IIDMA in the Balearic Islands in less than a year. Last February 17th the Plenary of the Environmental Commission of the Balearic Islands published a revision of the Integrated Environmental Authorization …

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Environmental specialists meet at the “1st conference on climate change and energy action at the regional level” organized by IIDMA

In attendance was Mireia Mollà, Councillor for Climate Emergency of the Valencian Community, Fermín Serrano, Commissioner for the 2030 Agenda of Aragon, and Ana Barreira, Director of IIDMA, and more. One year after the approval of the Climate Change and Energy Transition Law, Spain continues to lack in inter-administrative coordination and transparency. Specialists from the …

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Major Spanish banks fail to comply with their obligation to report on the environmental impact of their financial activities

IIDMA warns that banks’ Non-Financial Information Statements do not contain the information they are required to report by law. This data is essential in identifying which players in the banking sector support a real decarbonization of the economy, in line the objectives of the Paris Agreement. Between 2016 and 2020, the top 60 banks across …

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