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global sustainable economy.

SWITCH2CE: towards a bottle-to-bottle recycling system

Equatorial Coca-Cola Bottling Company (ECCBC), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

Business plan for Atitlán Recicla cooperative

Latitud R, Social Capital Foundation

Design of a Social Inclusion Plan with a gender approach for the waste pickers of Duquesa landfill

Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID)

Creation of a National Network of Collectors of Bolivia

Adelante2 Cooperación Triangular UE-ALC

B Corp + Development and implementation of the sustainability strategy


Creation and strengthening of waste pickers’ associations in the departments of Chuquisaca, Cochabamba, Potosí and Santa Cruz (Bolivia)

Latitud R, The Coca-Cola Foundation

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Sustainability Action Guide for Companies in the Children’s Sector

A reference guide for companies in the childhood sector on sustainability action.

The Sustainability Action Guide for Companies in the Children’s Sector has four main objectives:
  1. To emphasise the importance of companies putting sustainability at the heart of their decision-making.
  2. To outline the techniques that can be used to generate business sustainability strategies with a holistic vision.
  3. To illustrate with practical cases the reality of companies, of a multi-sectoral nature, which can serve as a reference for incorporating sustainability at the heart of organisations.
  4. To provide templates, resources and tools that facilitate the implementation of good practices in terms of sustainability in organisations.

Andrea Farràs i Maria Bosser


Kid’s Cluster


Impact Corporate Strategy




Sport as a tool for changing the lives of child and young refugees

Assessing the social impact of the Refugee Programme.

This publication presents the results of assessments of the social impact of the Barça Foundation’s Refugee Programme in Greece, Italy and Lebanon on the basis of our own methodology: assessment undertaken by means of setting-out of the methodological basis for measuring results and the social impact caused (theory of change), identification of the mechanisms and tools that contribute to generating social impact, and development of potential improvements and recommendations to implement.


Alejandra Bara, Ramon Crespo, Jordi Escribà, Raimon Puigjaner i Mariona Miret


Fundació Futbol Club Barcelona


Impact Corporate Strategy





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