Leadership & People
Editorial from
Susana Peralta, Mariana Esteves and Catarina Pintassilgo
April 14, 2023
1. No poverty

1. No poverty

Eradicate poverty in all its forms everywhere

7. Affordable and clean energy

Ensuring access to sustainable and modern energy sources for all

Zona de Impacto: Who are the poorest and most vulnerable? And what are the ways to endure the cool winter that is coming?

This episode touches on poverty in Portugal, which has increased during the pandemic, and energy poverty, a theme that will be felt again this winter in many Portuguese households due to their bad conditions and the increase in energy prices

You can listen to the fifth episode of the Expresso & Nova SBE’s podcast “Zona de Impacto” here- it Is in Portuguese.

Susana Peralta, Mariana Esteves and Catarina Pintassilgo

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