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Social Currency ILLA: from digital to tangible

Social Currency ILLA: from digital to tangible Comunitaria presents its social currency ILLA in a tangible form with the aim of giving visibility and raising donations for the Los Pajaritos neighbourhood, where it has been working for more than two years. Both the banknotes and the coins have been designed by...

The importance of consuming fresh foods to reduce poor nutrition

The importance of consuming fresh foods to reduce poor nutrition As UNICEF says, "poor nutrition goes far beyond hunger". We can say that malnutrition can be caused by several factors and they are not necessarily directly related to hunger. So you may be wondering... What is malnutrition and how does it differ from...

Energy communities: the solution to fight energy poverty

Energy communities: the solution to fight energy poverty Facebook Twitter Instagram Energy poverty in Spain has increased a lot in the last year, and the best way to fight it is to create sustainable energy communities in which energy is a resource that everyone can have at their disposal. However, to understand this...

Do you think investing in slums can have a high return?

Investing in slums can have high returns Despite the weaknesses that a slum may have...do you think that if we invest in slums, they would have a chance to regenerate economically? Let's see it! Facebook Twitter Instagram What are slums? Slums are often identified with poverty. But, poverty does not only mean having a...

Why is it so important to transform urban slums?

Why transforming urban slums? First of all, according to the UN, a slum is a neighborhood that lacks access to drinking water, sanitation, sufficient living space, solid housing and the right to use it, but the deprivations of a slum go far beyond that. However, the shortcomings of a slum go far beyond that. Why…...

Community energy to combat climate emergency

Community energy to combat climate emergency We live close to different crises. Climate (rising temperatures, CO2 emissions, etc.), health, economy (millions of people who cannot afford high energy costs causing tremendous energy poverty in Spain), care, society and democracy. Therefore, community energy is fundamental...