The low emissions zone delimited by Barcelona’s ring roads will be implemented permanently as from 1 January 2020. The goal is to improve environmental health and cut pollutant emissions from motor vehicles by 30%.
Come over to the second edition of Smart City Week Barcelona and discover and activate the smart cities of today, tomorrow and the future. More than fifty activities being held all over Barcelona for reflecting on how technologies change the city and on how we interpret and relate to them.
A festive participatory, rights-demanding event. Its aim is to show civic diversity and interculturality, highlighting the richness that immigration and its organisations represents
Barcelona City Council drives the creation of the Brexit Information Point with the aim of providing information and support to the British community living in Barcelona as well as to businesses and organisations established in the city which have interests in the United Kingdom.
This year marks two decades since the launch of Cibernàrium, Barcelona Activa’s technology training and dissemination centre. This coming 20 November sees the CIBERFEST, a festive day event featuring technology workshops, talks, DJs and plenty more!
A public awareness campaign is getting under way on the seventeen sustainable development goals in the 2030 Agenda. The campaign coincides with the fourth anniversary of the corresponding resolution by the UN, setting out the objectives.
The Barcelona Municipal Archive has organised a series of activities aimed at regaining the memory of some decisive years of community and labour mobilisations, as well as political, social and cultural causes which have shaped the city we know today.
It is important to take account of how we wish to be addressed and listened to. Reflecting diversity in language too will help us to build a fairer and more egalitarian world. We’ll help you to do just that!
The ‘Claqueta i acció!’ cycle is an initiative by Barcelona City Council in collaboration with the International Environmental Film Festival (FICMA) to promote a culture of sustainability among people in Barcelona.
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Safety and prevention. The campaign ‘Don’t invite fire into the home’ promotes the installation of smoke alarms in people’s homes.
All the information you need to get around Barcelona, locate amenities and services and make daily life in the city easier.
Discover tools for work, business and entrepreneurship in Barcelona.
The full range of activities and venues to make the most of the city, to care for it and to contribute to its creation and transformation.