Video interview Eduardo Pérez de Lema explains MAPFRE RE’s sustainability policies and the impact of the global crisis on the Reinsurance industry
On June 23, Eduardo Pérez de Lema, CEO of MAPFRE RE, moderated the roundtable “Reinsurance Market Trends”
Antonio Huertas, chairman of MAPFRE, shared his vision for the industry with insurance professionals as well as his commitment to the environment and social well-being.
Technology has marked the steps of progress in industrial development and the latest milestone in its history is faster, safer and more efficient connectivity.
The smallest of the Canary Islands has become a model for sustainability after implementing an energy system from inexhaustible natural resources. These include wind or waterfalls. Combined with the Gorona del Viento hydro-wind power plant, they supply energy to the region’s nearly 11,000 inhabitants.
Marked as one of the key elements of a renewable energy future, green hydrogen is becoming increasingly present in environmental development strategies.
This ambitious project was created with the aim of linking the productive heart of South America with roads, railways, airports and ports, which connect from the coast of Brazil, crossing the territories of Paraguay and Argentina until reaching the ports of northern Chile.