Friday, 20 October, 2017

Tag: Ecologistas en Accion

Ecologistas en Accion to stage rally in support of Juan Clavero

Some 10 environmental groups have sent an official letter to Spain’s minister of agriculture

Graphic content warning: Following the shocking massacre of a landowner's dogs by alleged hunters upset over a hunting ban, we trace the Spanish roots of the gruesome sport

Maribel Marin revealed that the Junta de Andalucia is currently considering a new proposal to give Estepona's impressive Sierra Bermeja the status in conjunction with Ronda's Sierra de las Nieves

Raising the black flag: Green group honours Spain’s most polluted and worst managed beaches with Black Flag 2016 awards

GENA-Ecologistas en Accion claims a wooded hill, some 241m high, has been destroyed by loggers

A scheme to build thousands of homes alongside a virgin beach in Tarifa has been outlawed

A GREEN group has called for action in the Campo de Gibraltar after finding a poisoned fox. Alfredo Valencia, President of Ecologistas en Accion, has warned of the damaging effects of poison entering the food...

Members of environmentalist group Verdemar de Ecologistas en Acción staged a ‘performance’ protest

The levy on solar power was introduced by the government in October

Ecologists in Action criticised ‘totally uncontrolled’ building work

Ecologistas en Accion has denounced a wind farm

It'a a top week for nature as green groups rejoice as Junta finally takes steps to knock down Algarrobico hotel

Ronda’s Los Merinos golf macroproject has been scrapped by the Supreme Court after almost a decade of legal warfare

Expats 'assert their right to colonise the rural landscape' according to the ecologist

Environmentalists and locals clash over the hotel's fate

The Costa de la Luz town has received 'black flags' for its two main beaches

Plans for motorway through the Genal Valley have been shelved

Former Spanish PM Felipe Gonzalez has stepped down from his presidency after admitting he does not have enough time to do the job

UN votes to make Spain’s most important reserve three times larger as sewage battle hots up

Almeria still has worst black spots, while four beaches manage to clean up their act in annual coastline report

Junta backed project to search for oil and gas deposits in Jaen and Sevilla comes under fire

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

The Granada priest insists he has been capturing the pigeons by hand

Ecologistas en Accion has highlighted a long list of urban projects that have been ‘plagued by irregularities’

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