Social Innovation for the Sustainability

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Journal Seventeen Nr. 5


SRI in Spain: drivers, trends and forecasts from Spainsif

Andrea González González, Verónica Sanz Izquierdo

In recent years, sustainable and responsible investment in Spain has grown not only in the quantity of assets managed under Environmental, Social and Governance criteria, but in the sophistication of the selection, integration and influence strategies applied. 

Impact Investment, a growing market

Jose Luis Ruiz de Munain

Spain’s adhesion to the GSG has been a catalyst for increasing impact investment in our country, reaching a figure of 2,378 million Euros of managed capital in 2020. However, the market still does not have the volume and dynamism that would correspond to a country like ours. The success of this revolution requires the active involvement of the Public Sector, as has happened in our neighboring countries.

Sustainability disclosures and banking regulation in the European Union

Pilar Gutiérrez

Transparency is a key tool to promote market discipline in the financial sector, allowing investors and users to better understand banks, compare and make informed decisions. The publication of information on environmental and climate change-related, social or governance aspects has gained increasing relevance as a tool to promote the role of financial institutions in financing investments that may contribute to a sustainable economy, and to highlight the need for banks to develop appropriate risk management frameworks. 

The challenge of financing small ESG projects. The case of energy communities

Jesús Salgado Criado, YIlsy Nuñez Guerrero, Mercedes Grijalvo Martín, Angel Huerga González

En 1987 Naciones Unidas planteó la definición de desarrollo sostenible como aquel que satisface las necesidades de la generación presente sin comprometer la capacidad de las generaciones futuras, en el informe “Un mundo para todos” (United Nations, 1987). A partir de entonces se está exigiendo a las organizaciones publicas, civiles y empresariales mayores acciones en cuanto a responsabilidad social empresarial y sostenibilidad.

Next Generation Funds and Public Procurement: Towards a New Culture of Sustainability

José María Gimeno Feliu

This paper analyzes the purpose of European Next Generation funds. A new interpretation of the public contract is proposed for a better execution of the same from a new culture of environmental and social sustainability

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