COVID-19

Now is the time to make possible the city we imagine

A few days ago, we published the article “COVID-19 crisis: an opportunity to rethink our cities” in which we analyzed the implications of the pandemic in areas such as urban planning, public space, and urban mobility. That first reflection was focused on the short term and how we thought we should act over the next few weeks and months. In fact, initiatives that go in this direction can already…


Why is it important to know the environmental risks of my company?

(And will remain so during and after the COVID-19 crisis) Article by Joana Capote Soares, Transaction & Finance Services Iberia Director joana.soares@anthesisgroup.com The market is constantly moving, adapting, and evolving and requires the business community to look for tools to accompany these challenges. These processes, already standardized, have been highly affected in the last two…


COVID-19: Municipalities communicative needs for a new normality

Article by Laura Toset, Campaigns Manager COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the way we understand and relate to the world, the city, and our neighbours. The social, environmental, and economic consequences will be extremally important, and municipalities will need to develop innovative and ambitious strategies to respond to the new citizens' communication and information needs. Local governments…


COVID-19 crisis: an opportunity to rethink our cities

“Diseases configure cities. Some of the most representative urban management and planning developments – like the Metropolitan Board of Works in London or the wastewater treatment systems from mid-19th century-, have been stablished as a response to public health crisis like cholera” (Ian Klaus, Citylab). The way we will end up with this COVID-19 crisis presents today a high degree of…


COVID-19: Creativity is not lockdowned

Within COVID-19 health crisis, from Anthesis Lavola education team we keep working to continue providing value to our clients. We would like to share some projects we collaborate in, that have been reoriented thanks to our ability to adapt and innovate. Crises define moments when routines change, causing uncertainty and confusion but also opening a time space between previous and future routine…


COVID-19: Lessons learned about the potential of telework and its impact on ESG strategies

  Article by: Nacho Guilera, Green City and Biodiversity Manager and Xavier Codina, Mobility Project Manager Due to the COVID-19 crisis and the lockdown of all workers from considered non-essential activities, and also from those activities that can be carried out from home, a very significant reduction in mobility has occurred. For example, on a working day in Barcelona’s metropolitan area, the…


We are still active and at your side

In view of the emergency situation we are experiencing due to the Covid-19 we would like to inform you of the measures taken from Anthesis Lavola. First of all, we would like to express that, especially in the current situation, the most important thing for us are the people: our team, clients, suppliers, collaborators and their families. We follow the recommendations issued by the health…