3rd 2030 Agenda Meeting
On December 14 and 15 we will all meet at Ca L'Alier to discuss joint strategies with the aim of moving towards a fairer and more sustainable Barcelona.
Barcelona’s commitment to speeding up sustainable and social urban innovation as a basic tool for achieving Agenda 2030.
SDG Indicators Platform of the 2030 Agenda in Barcelona
Check the indicators and find out how the goals are progressing.
MES Barcelona is the new energy transformation plan from the City Council which enables you to install photovoltaic plaques in your building free of charge.
Barcelona: sustainable future
A city’s most ambitious plan to locate the Sustainable Development Goals and achieve the Agenda2030
Barcelona’s commitment to the sustainable development goals (SDG)
Achieving the 17 SDGs means bolstering Barcelona’s image as a city full of opportunities at every life stage, one brimming with quality of life and social inclusion. It also means doing it without harming the environment or jeopardising the standard of li
The 2030 Agenda Promotion Strategy in the city of Barcelona
The Government Measure on the Strategy for the Promotion of the 2030 Agenda has been brought to the Plenary Session of Barcelona City Council. It tells us how to promote the achievement of the SDGs in the City Council, in the city and internationally
16/10/2023 - 15:20 h Employment and jobs Time Use Week moves towards a new balance of time
On until 20 October.
12/04/2023 - 12:00 h Winners in the challenges to design mobile and low-cost recharging points
The public competition chose the projects from EV Safe Charge and TeknoCEA.
10/04/2023 - 10:36 h Democracy and freedom take centre stage in the Republic Spring 2023
Programme of debates, shows, lectures and concerts from 12 to 16 April.
03/05/2023 - 15:45 h Barcelona steps up its green energy generation with 8 projects to install photovoltaic panels on large facilities in the city
The Mechanism for Sustainable Energy in Barcelona (MES Barcelona) installs photovoltaic panels on large buildings such as Mercabarna, making it the largest rooftop photovoltaic self-consumption plant in the Iberian Peninsula