We focus our social programs on the needs and expectations of local development and our business objectives. We hope that our progress leads to the progress of the communities around us.
ACCIONA's Social Action Plan aims to align 100% of the company's social contribution (equivalent to 5% of the company's dividend) with its corporate objectives, through sustainable projects in the medium to long term in locations where ACCIONA is present.
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The Social Action Plan is structured around the following lines of action:
Its aim is to carry out actions for disadvantaged communities (preferably in isolated rural communities), in the territories in which ACCIONA operates or intends to operate, in terms of access to basic, first-need services.
In 2008, ACCIONA created acciona.org (previously ACCIONA Microenergia Foundations) which aims to facilitate access to renewable energy sources to underserved communities who do not expect to have access to these services in the medium to long term.
Its aim is to encourage, promote and disseminate sustainable culture to create a more responsible and caring society. It is delivered with the Sustainability Workshop format, educational program designed by ACCIONA is aimed at 10 to 16-year-old children and youth and focuses on issues related to sustainability and sustainable development. The program also contributes to the company's strong commitment to spread the message of sustainability in the regions where it operates:
Sustainability Workshop: Oaxacas and Eurus Wind Farms, Mexico.
Its aim is to contribute actively to promote and improve the socioeconomic system of the communities in which ACCIONA operates.
ACCIONA stands out in the international arena for its ability to combine the profitable growth of its business lines to boost with the impulse of the communities where it operates, with the generation of economic welfare and environmental improvement, among other benefits:
Its purpose is to bolster initiatives with the most impact on society and considered within the field of health, education and culture. Among other, we highlight Pro CNIC Foundation, Princesa de Asturias Foundation, Cáthedra ACCIONA in collaboration with SUR, School of Artistic Professions, National Geographic and the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum, among others.
Since 2010, ACCIONA measures and assesses its social action, applying the international methodology of the London Benchmarking Group (LBG), which allows for an overview and a comparison of results with other companies. For the fourth consecutive year, ACCIONA has assessed the social contribution according to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.