Friday, 20 October, 2017

Tag: Environment

Citizens Against Oil Exploration on the Costa del Sol are set to protest outside the town hall to voice concerns over Respol's exploration plans this Saturday

Environment ministers have refused to approve the use of hydrogen cinnamid, which aids production

The planet has come bottom in a poll determining the main things concerning people

Cypress trees could hold the key to preventing wildfires

EXCLUSIVE: Outrage over €16 million recycling plant planned for unspoilt valley in Andalucia

Picos de Europa national park will authorise wolf hunting due to a large number of herd attacks

The former US vice president will deliver a speech at a major environmental forum

Juantxo Lopez de Uralde looks back over his party’s first year

Anger after the Rock is shown to have highest per capita carbon emissions in the world

With our annual Green Guide now out, we explore how the environment could benefit from a bailout of its own

Safety fears over a new fuel depot in Algeciras

Malaga province is producing more and more organic food

The issue the Olive Press went back to its roots and took a closer look at the environmental issues affecting Andalucia...

40 per cent of the land set aside for the hub has been deemed environmentally inviable

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

Next month will see the publication of the Olive Press’ annual Green Guide 2011

A decree introduced in February states you need a license to go into restricted areas in any natural park

Plan aims to save the equivalent of 28.7 million barrels of oil per year

Nerja could finally be close to getting its own sewage works

Launching our Green Guide this week, we start with an in-depth look at the red tuna industry by Andrew Pearce

Study casts doubt on life-preserving Spanish diet

Green groups protest as half the islands protected species could be put in danger

Demonstration called to save El Palmar beach from mass development

EU ‘no vote’ saves Spain from loss of 185 million in benefits, while developed countries dig their heels in over proposed greenhouse gas cuts

As Ronda mayor appears in court for corruption, new report slams the golf project which he controversially passed

A GRANADA court is investigating how 120,000 tonnes of a vegetable-based contaminant was allowed to enter underground water supplies. Mayor of Atarfe Víctor Sánchez and his deputy Tomás Ruiz both face up to 18 months...




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