Dec. 12, 2019
- The impact of traffic accidents with child victims, an international study by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) conducted by the Abertis Foundation, seeks to raise awareness of the negative effects that traffic accidents can cause, especially those that infolve vulnerable groups such as children.
Dec. 5, 2019
- Abertis, through its Foundation, organizes various meetings related to sustainability, the environment and climate change, both in the COP25-IFEMA space and at its headquarters, located on the ‘Castellana Verde’ axis.
- In Castellana, in front of the company’s headquarters, the outdoor exhibition ‘Our biosphere, our future. Local actions for the Sustainable Development Goals’ has been installed.
- Within the actions to reduce energy expenditure, the company turns off the interior lights of its offices at night.
- The Abertis Foundation has been the promoter of the Castellet Declaration for the Protection of Biodiversity, which warns of the serious consequences that the current pace of biodiversity loss can have on the planet and the fulfillment of the SDGs.
Oct. 23, 2019
- A shocking communication action has begun this week and has captured the interest of the public in a place where it is not common to receive this type of message, movie theatres.
- The Abertis Foundation once again used a real testimony to highlight the risk of misuse of the mobile phone and text messages behind the wheel, through its protagonist, who suffered irreversible injuries due to a traffic accident.
- One third of the serious and fatal traffic accidents are caused by a distraction, the smartphone being the first one, according to the DGT.
Oct. 15, 2019
- The Belgian capital is now hosting this travelling project which, thanks to the collaboration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Abertis Foundation and the Fundació Joan Miró, exposes several pieces of Miró in Spanish Embassies and Consulates between 2019 and 2020.
- The work set includes the paintings Personnage, Oiseau I, II, and III and the sculptures Femme, Oiseau and Femme, of early 70’s.
- Abertis, via its Foundation, partnerships with cultural institutions to make culture accessible to the general public and to accompany Governments in countries in which it has a presence.