Climate change. Over fifty buildings and facilities are taking part in this year’s marathon, which will run from 2 February to 1 March 2024.
Climat emergency. The city is working to continue developing environmental policies and become climate neutral by 2030.
Service information. Barcelona has free municipal services for recycling old furniture and reusing clothing items that people no longer wear.
Nearly a thousand people will attend the 3rd National Environmental Education Congress (CNEA), which will be held in Barcelona between 25 and 27 January.
Mobility and transport. Journeys on foot, on public transport, by bike or PMVs reached 80.1% for the first time.
Environment and sustainability. Since February, ECO-badge cars account for 24.7% of those in the city, while B-badge cars make up 18.1%.
Environment. Barcelona takes to the summit the need to prioritise policies and actions for a just transition in the fight against climate change.
Drought. A new scenario not initially contemplated in the Drought Plan.
Urban planning and infrastructures. The new surface has been installed in Carrer de Josep Solvila, in Sant Andreu.
Sustainability. A total of 14 educational centres are joining this municipal programme this year, comprising 381 centres from across the city.