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Climate change blamed for alarming rise of hornworms, destroying Mallorca’s tomatoes, peppers and aubergines
In recent years, the presence of hornworms in Mallorca has grown considerably
The warm weather is predicted to hang around until Sunday when it will make way for cloud cover and drizzle
The statistics showing the reduction in water levels come after the Olive Press revealed shocking photos showing the plummeting water height at Lake Istan last week
Spain slams ‘silent complicity’ of international leaders ahead of crisis climate change summit in Madrid
Many major countries are not on track to reduce their emissions as agreed during the 2016 Paris summit
LONG READ: 30 years since Berlin Wall fell, populism is the new divide that endangers our response to the...
Populism is the wall blocking serious action to tackle today's environmental crisis says Olive Press editor Jon Clarke as he remembers the fall of the Berlin wall 30 years ago this month.
The tenth month of the year was the ninth warmest this century, with temperatures 1.3 degrees Celsius above normal.
“It turns out I’ve travelled halfway around the world, the wrong way, if anyone could help me find transport I would be so grateful”
‘SHE DOESN’T UNDERSTAND’: Campaigner hosting kids’ climate change event in Spain’s Marbella slams teen activist Greta Thunberg
Nihlson has previously said that ‘children are 25% of the world’s population, and 100% of our future.’
Thousands of teenagers march for action on climate change in solidarity with Greta Thunberg across Spain’s Andalucia
The young people held up signs saying 'change you life, not the climate' and 'rescue the planet NOW!'
A week-long campaign has been launched to ‘bring an end to the age of fossil fuels and climate justice for everyone’.
The 'change energy, not climate' campaign will see the purpose-built yacht dock in eight countries and 14 ports
Spain’s environmentalists issue doomsday warning as groundbreaking study reveals alarming levels of micro-plastic in the Pyrenees
One of the main problems is the lack of ready, cheap alternatives to the imperishable material that is now part of the air we breathe and the water we drink
A TROPICAL fish common to Indonesian waters has been caught off the Costa Blanca. The tripletail (Lobotes surinamensis) was...
In the UK capital, around 400 activists were arrested, following acts of civil disobedience
Research claims that around 32 million people are affected by a warming climate
Some 64% believe it is already negatively affecting their health
Black clouds of pollution billow daily from the industrial chimneys of the Campo de Gibraltar. Is it all merely hot air or a smoking gun for cancer? The Olive Press investigates
Heavy rainfall is not a recent phenomenon, but Mediterranean sea warming and building in the wrong places is adding to the recent flooding problems, writes Harry Ward
This surge has meant that the monthly CO2 emissions from electricity dropped to the lowest for the month of October since 2010
Spain to close almost all coal mines and leave more than 1,000 out of work in latest step towards...
Over 1,000 miners and subcontractors will be made redundant by the new year closures
EU acts to stem the plastic tide plaguing the world's oceans
In Malaga, Cordoba and Granada the average yearly temperature in the 21st century was at least 1.5°C higher than in the 20th century
IN PICS: How biblical floods wreaked havoc on Mallorca and why they could be more frequent in the future
People are still missing, including a five-year-old boy
SPAIN’S Podemos and Equo parties have called on the government to protect refugees fleeing climate change, now becoming a more significant migration trigger than...
Wine expert, Pancho Campo, has secured the 44th President of the U.S. for this summer’s high profile Climate Change Leadership Porto Summit