BioCultura, the leading organic food fair, returns to Barcelona
The 29th edition of the fair, which will be held from 4 to 7 May at the Palau Sant Jordi, aims to continue surprising visitors with the latest innovations in the sector.
Barcelona moves towards achieving the 2030 Agenda goals despite the current crisis
The annual follow-up and evaluation report on the 2030 Agenda goals in the Catalan capital has now been released and it shows that the city is making progress despite the current crisis
New bike lane sections in Av. Vallcarca and C/ Mallorca
Bike lanes. More parking is also being added in public streets.
Record figures for selective waste collection in the metropolitan area
Environment and sustainability. A total of 577,000 tonnes was collected last year, representing 39.4% of all waste generated, an increase of 1.1% compared to 2021.
More resilient against the climate crisis with 96% of measures completed or under way
Climate emergency. Three years on from the Climate Emergency Declaration, 31 municipal measures have now been completed and 46 are under way.
Towards a greener city
Environment and sustainability. The city has gained 53 hectares of greenery in the last four years.
Europe’s main cities meet in Barcelona to drive the green transformation
Barcelona Superblock. Cities such as Paris, London and Milan have signed an agreement at the Barcelona Superblock meeting.
Commitment to sustainable tourism from over 400 companies in the city
Tourism. The companies have received the Biosphere sustainable tourism certificate.
A step closer to revitalising Passeig de la Mar Bella
Climate emergency. The project to remodel the central section, fill it with life and adapt it to climate change gets approval at the commission stage.
The City Agreement for the Barcelona Healthy and Sustainable Food Strategy for 2030 is already up and running
The first assembly for the new participation space was extremely well attended, bearing witness to the engagement and commitment of the organisations that have signed it.