2011 – Corresponsables
Carbon footprint and emissions offsetting
Climate change is arguably the most pressing environmental problem facing society today
2011 – La Tribuna de Ciudad Real
The wine industry signs up to reducing CO2 emissions
Alejandro López-Cortijo and Manuel Sánchez-Brunete address the adaptation to Kyoto
2011 – Diputación de Ciudad Real
Greenhouse gas emissions could be an export barrier for Spanish wines
Experts Alejandro López-Cortijo, director of IIMA, environment and climate change consultants, and Manuel Sánchez-Brunete, winemaker and director of agrifood projects at INCLAMCO2, speak at Fenavin
2011 – Diario de Castilla la Mancha
Greenhouse gases threaten wine exports
Alejandro López-Cortijo, director of IIMA, and Manuel Sánchez-Brunete, winemaker and director of agrifood projects at INCLAMCO2, present ‘Carbon footprint in the wine sector’.
2010 · Industria Vitivinícola
Pago del Vicario calculates its GHG emissions
IIMA Consultora has been entrusted with calculating the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated at the production premises of winemaker Pago del Vicario and of its red wine PENTA.
2010 · Ecoticias.com
IIMA Consultora collaborates in the first REDD avoided deforestation project in Northern Argentina
IIMA Consultora, in collaboration with Ecosecurities, is developing this avoided deforestation project to address the causes of degradation of an important forestry extension of nearly 50,000 ha, in the Chaco region of Salta, northeast Argentina.
2010 · Construcción - Interempresas.net
Carbon markets: when further reduction is impossible
When an organisation decides, for whatever the reason, to undertake its own particular fight against climate change, it has three options available: to avoid, reduce or offset. In a few years there will also be a fourth option: capture.
2010 · Tecniberia
New US Climate Proposal
Expectations are that this American Power Act becomes the awaited legal support for United States participation in the fight against climate change.
2010 · Tecniberia
Successful completion of ‘Empresa y Cambio Climático’ course
Alejandro López-Cortijo, Elena Pellón, Alejandro de Juanes, Iñaki Herrero, and Marcin Molak, receive a ‘very positive' overall assessment from course participants, attaining the maximum score for knowledge in the field.
2010 · Tecniberia
Was the last Conference of Parties Framework Convention for Climate Change meeting a success or failure? Alejandro López-Cortijo gives his view on the future post-Kyoto.
2010 · Empresa Exterior
The Spanish Office for Climate Change inaugurates the Tecniberia “Curso de Empresa y Cambio Climático”.
Taking part in the presentation were Alejandro López Cortijo, course director IIMA Consultora/EcoSecurities, José Luis González Vallvé, President of Tecniberia, and guest of honour, Ismael Aznar, Assistant Director General of Emissions Trading and Compliance Mechanisms OECC.
Alicia Montalvo (OECC) presents the IIE book “The Climate Change Challenge to the Engineering Industry” by Alejandro López-Cortijo and Elena Pellón Gil.
The Director General of the Spanish Office for Climate Change attends the book presentation at the Spanish Institute of Engineering.
2009 · Expansión
Engineers propose solutions to stop climate change.
The key to slowing down global warming is to reduce emissions of CO2, a challenge for engineers to develop alternatives to the current energy model. Alejandro López-Cortijo comments.
2008 · Tecniberia
The Kyoto Protocol: trends and developments.
What results have been achieved to date and which direction are we going in? Alejandro López-Cortijo questions whether it is foreseeable that we will succeed in our objectives.
2007 · El País
CO2 is a business too...
In the last year private companies, tournaments and even cars have signed up to the voluntary compensation of emissions. Alejandro López-Cortijo, director for Ecosecurities in Spain, a multinational company dedicated to offset emissions, explains the business.
2007 · Expansión
CO2 market gains strength in Spain.
Ecosecurities is positioned amongst the leading companies in this sector, with a portfolio of 163 million emissions rights.
2007 · El País
Climate change heats up businesses.
Different national and international organisations are calling for integrating sustainability into business management. Alejandro López-Cortijo comments on 'cleaner' businesses.
2007 · El Exportador
The Clean Development Mechanism.
New opportunities for projects in emerging markets. Article: Keys to International Financing.
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