Do people who peacefully protested against the illegal war in Iraq deserve to be branded criminals and thrown in jail? Fortunately, a Spanish judge agreed with Greenpeace: no.
‘NUCLEAR DANGER’ is the message Greenpeace Spain took to the country’s Cofrentes nuclear energy plant on February 15, 2011 as activists scaled one of the plant’s cooling towers.
When I think of Spain I usually think of José Andrés, Sangría, and the lovely work of architect Antoni Gaudí – but now I think of wind power! Last year’s results show that Spain has dropped their utility-related greenhouse gas emissions by a...
Activists call attention to the serious contamination caused by underwater emissaries in Tarragona, Spain. Activists took samples of the contaminated water and called for regulation on the release of toxics into the water.
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