The eco-innovation index for Spain in 2015 stood above the European average with a value of 106 points (4 points less than in 2013). The eco-innovation index provides a holistic view of innovation from the economic, environmental and social spheres. For this it is based on 16 indicators grouped into five dimensions: inputs, activities, outputs, efficiency in resources and the socioeconomic results of eco-innovation.
The Social Observatory of “la Caixa” wonders whether it is possible to
combine concern for the environment with economic growth. This study, one
of the first in its field, shows a positive link between eco-innovation and
the creation of employment, even in periods of recession.
The two books reviewed share concerns regarding the decline of the USA and
show the problems facing the country. From different perspectives, both
reach the same diagnosis regarding American society and the danger that
Things are becoming increasingly difficult for tax evaders, with the new
big data and artificial intelligence techniques that detect hidden wealth,
the abuse of aggressive tax engineering and money laundering.