Once again, Atresmedia raises awareness among its employees on the occasion of the celebration of the anniversary of the SDGs. With the aim of promoting knowledge about the Sustainable Development Goals and the need to accelerate the pace to drive real change, Atresmedia has organized an interactive awareness-raising activity and has launched a communication to all its employees detailing some of actions taken by the Group since the launch of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs in 2015.

Furthermore, with the intention of publicly reinforcing the value of its commitment to the United Nations 2030 Agenda, Atresmedia joins the #Togetherforthesdgs campaign. The campaign is part of the international #Togetherforthesdgs initiative promoted by the UN Global Compact in which several countries participate. The objective of this is for different global actors to stage their commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on the date on which they reach the halfway point of their validity.

These are some of the Atresmedia Group initiatives that have contributed to the 2030 Agenda:


  • Tolerancia Cero is born, an initiative by Atresmedia together with the Mutua Madrileña Foundation to raise awareness and fight against gender violence. (Red de Empresas por una sociedad libre de violencia de género) (SDG 5)
  • Atresmedia joins the Business Network for a society free of gender violence (SDG 5)


  • Atresmedia receives the Best Improver Spain award from CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) (SDG 13)
  • Inclusion in the Group's Non-Financial Information Statement of Atresmedia's impact on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 17)


  • Atresmedia's corporate volunteer program celebrates its 10th anniversary (SDG 17)
  • Atresmedia participates in the creation of the Emergency Committee, made up of 6 international NGOs that seek to provide a rapid response to humanitarian emergencies such as the earthquakes in Syria, Turkey and Morocco or the War in Ukraine. (SDG 17)


  • Ponle Freno celebrates 10 years fighting for road safety on Spanish roads alongside the best-known faces on television and radio. (SDG 3)
  • Atresmedia joins the Responsible Media Forum made up of 26 international communication leader companies to identify and address social and environmental remains (SDG 17)


  • The company's new purpose is born after a process of internal reflection “We believe in the power of reflection and emotion” (SDG 17)
  • Antena 3 Noticias creates A3N verification, a powerful tool to debunk hoaxes and fight against fake news from a purely journalistic perspective. (SDG 16)
  • Levanta la Cabeza is born with the aim of promoting the use of technology from a rational, responsible, constructive and positive point of view (SDG 3)


  • Atresmedia acquires and fulfills the commitment that 100% of the energy supplied to its headquarters is of renewable origin. This measure continues to be complied with today and is being extended to the rest of the Onda Cero delegations and broadcasting centers. Currently, 93% of the energy consumed in the Group's operations is of renewable origin. (SDG 7 and 13)
  • Atresmedia volunteers break a record during the pandemic, more than 340 people are mobilized to support people directly or indirectly affected by covid-19. (SDG 3)
  • Atresmedia creates an ESG Risk Management Model, integrating social, environmental and governance risks into its corporate risk management system. (SDG 17)


  • As part of its commitment to diversity, Atresmedia begins broadcasting Drag Race. (SDG 5)
  • The intensship program Becas Capaz, a reference project in Atresmedia is born. Thanks to that programe, more tan 150 people with disabilities have been able to carry out professional internships in the Group's different companies. (SDG 10)
  • Fundación Atresmedia changes its vision to promote Media and Information Literacy, aligning it with the corporate purpose. (SDG 4)


  • Hablando en Plata is born, a strategic initiative to promote social recognition and revalue the figure of the elderly in society. (SDG 3)
  • Atresmedia signs the Diversity Charter, committing to its 10 principles of diversity, equity and inclusion. (SDG 5 and 10)
  • Atresmedia aligns itself with the objectives of the Paris Agreement and launches its Net Zero strategy with ambitious emissions reduction targets for the years 2030 and 2050. (SDG 13)
  • Atresmedia improves its communication with investors by reporting its social, environmental and good governance performance for the first time in the S&P Global CSA index (SDG 17)


  • Atresmedia launches Residuo Cero (Zero Waste) its new waste management strategy. With this strategy, Atresmedia seeks to raise awareness among its employees, promote recycling and sustainable consumption, properly manage waste, prioritizing its reduction and correct treatment, and fight against food waste. (SDG 12)
  • The Communication Group enters the IBEX GENDER EQUALITY INDEX, a recognition of equality in listed companies. (SDG 5)
  • As part of its commitment to sustainable management, Atresmedia includes respect and protection of human rights and the environment in its update of its Code of Conduct and Reporting Channel. (SDG 16)

These initiatives, framed within the Group's sustainability strategy, contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals. However, on this 8th anniversary the Group has reflected on the need to accelerate the pace in order to achieve the challenges of the 2030 Agenda, on the importance of becoming aware of the role that companies have in the future of society and on the urgency of performing strategically on social and environmental challenges.