Saturday, August 18, 2018

Celeb chef Hugh wins Spanish fish fight

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has been fighting since May 2011 to stop Spanish fisherman throwing dead fish back into the sea

Fears over Algarrobico Hotel demolition in Spain

Plans to demolish controversial hotel could be scrapped if PP wins regional election, claim Junta chiefs

Malaga cleaning up its act

The town hall is to lead a 2.5 billion euro European initiative to improve air quality in cities

Spain is Europe’s worst polluter, says EU study

Spain failed an embarrassing three out of four criteria tests

Nerja’s sewage plan ‘definitive and irreversible’

The mayor met with central government to discuss the town’s long-awaited plant

Local warming in Spain

Wind turbines can change temperatures by up to four degrees, a new study finds

Green energy retreat in Spain

Spain's use of coal as an energy source almost doubled last year

Cabo de Gata under attack again

Almeria’s Cabo de Gata park now threatened with new 1,500 home golf megaproject

Greenpeace slams Spanish coastal law reform plans

The environmental group has threatened to take legal action

A cleaner drive in Spain

Car hire giant Europcar is introducing electric cars to its Spanish fleet

Selling the Spanish sun

The exciting plans that could see consumers injecting energy from their solar panels into the grid

They’re risking our coastline!

Controversial oil project set to begin off the coast of Nerja

Yellow peril!

Innovative hybrid solar power station opens in Almeria

New nuclear waste dump sparks controversy in Spain

The dump will cost an estimated €700 million

Slow progress for eco-cars

Less than half the government's target of eco-friendly cars have been sold

High winds generate record energy in Spain

Energy produced in Spain was equivalent to that of 11 nuclear power stations

El Algarrobico demolition cost estimated at 300 million

Central government to demolish and Andalucia to clear up the mess

AVE high speed rail route would cause ‘total destruction’ of valley

EXCLUSIVE: Possible route for high speed train to Ronda would ruin one of area’s key tourist valleys

Algarrobico hotel demolition drags on

The hotel will not be destroyed until the licence to build it is declared null and void

A sunny 25 years for Sunseed

Pioneering green collective is celebrating milestone with series of events

D-Day for Spain’s Hotel Algarrobico?

Demolition inching ever closer after Junta and Supreme Court side with the environment

Ozone warning for Spain

The country is Europe’s highest polluter with 169 alerts in 2010

Greenpeace activists squat in illegal hotel demanding it be knocked down

Environmentalists refuse to leave illegal Algarrobico hotel until demolition crew arrive

Battle for Spain’s beaches

Greenpeace vows to fight oil giant Repsol’s ‘contaminating’ plans to drill for gas off the Costa del Sol

Spanish summer beach ban U-turn

Shutting two beaches was a huge ‘error’ according to mayor

Golf macroproject passed on Costa de la Luz

The Següesal Golf Resort in Barbate gets the green light


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