OVER HALF OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION LIVE IN CITIES AND IT IS ESTIMATED THAT IN THE NEXT TWO DECADES, OVER ONE MILLION PEOPLE WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO CITIES EACH WEEK.
The growing development of cities and the concentration of the population therein means that the integration of the sustainability perspective is particularly important to attain SDG and contribute to a more sustainable world.
Infrastructure plays a key role here, where innovation and the inclusion of nature in urban infrastructures is increasingly demanded in the areas of homes, construction efficiency, mobility, water and sanitation.
The smart city is already a reality at Guadalajara, where a year ago Sacyr implemented a Smart Guadalajara platform, an application to manage street cleaning services and the collection of urban solid waste, in which the public has a leading role, thanks to the simple system that enable citizens to notify incidents and alerts instantly with regard to municipal services.
SACYR LAUNCHES THE ‘LEAVE YOU FOOTPRINT CHALLENGE’ AT A TRANSPORT HUB TO REDUCE CO2 EMISSIONS.
Sacyr Concessions, management company of the Moncloa Transport hub (Madrid), in collaboration with the Regional Transportation Consortium and the Ciclogreen start-up, has launched the “Leave your Footprint” challenge, a project aimed at promoting sustainable mobility in Madrid. The initiative, which commenced coinciding with the European Mobility Week, seeks to reduce the carbon footprint caused by daily frequent trips within the Spanish capital, Madrid.