Sunday, 21 January, 2018

Tag: greenpeace

More than a million pieces of plastic per square kilometre in some parts of Mediterranean

The 28 campaigners painted the words ´hotel ilegal´ on the complex

Green groups fight back against ‘crazy’ solar panel law that threatens €60 million fines and worsens climate change

There are no victors in Almeria’s infamous battle of the Algarrobico … except, perhaps, the local rabbits, writes Lenox Napier, who lives in nearby Mojacar and controversially believes it should be allowed to stay

Decade-long struggle between Greenpeace, the Spanish government, the Junta and developers

Decade-long battle saw Greenpeace and Junta protest against Cabo de Gato complex

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

The Algarrobico case has dragged on since work on the building stopped in 2005 on protected land

Following four years of no action taken, Greenpeace arrives to spread information on the danger of the radioactive waste produced by fertilizer company Feriberia

?Greenpeace activists kick off the anti-gag law protests by draping a yellow banner near parliament

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

Spain’s escalating oil exploration dispute is taking on the proportions of the epic seafaring battles of old, as Rob Horgan reports

16 activists were facing the longest jail sentences ever handed to Greenpeace in Spain

Activists and AFP photojournalist facing three-year sentences

More than 200 protesters create a human S.O.S on Fuerteventura beach

Hundreds of people are set to protest in Malage over the seizure of Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise

The Spanish Navy have seized Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise following oil protests

The Spanish government is under pressure to abandon oil-drilling plans in the Canary Islands

EXCLUSIVE: As the Costa del Sol faces up to fracking, Greenpeace spokesman Julio Barea tells Jacqueline Fanchini why we should embrace renewable energy

Greenpeace and the Junta are backing a protest flotilla against fracking off the Mijas coastline

The 'hotel ilegal' saga has taken another twist

Algarrobico Hotel edges towards legality

Row breaks out between Junta and central government after it emerges Algarrobico developer got €2.8 million EU grant

Environmentalists and locals clash over the hotel's fate

Nearly a hundred activists painted the NGOs newest message to the Junta




THE Duke of Cambridge’s children are set to be fluent in Spanish after just one week in school, thanks to a Spanish nanny. Princess Charlotte...
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