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13:44

Local

"There are clear figures about climate change; we should put them up at bus stops"

MATÍAS STUBER

...has been awarded the National Research Prize and has 25 years' experience at the CSIC. He has travelled round the world by boat to study the effects of climate change on the seas, and took the time to discuss the subject with us. Tides come in, ... about the weather, not about climate change. -There are figures about climate change which are evident. We need to put those at the bus stops. Every month the amount of carbon dioxide we emit into the atmosphere increases, and that is the element that ... causes the change. However, the effect this has on temperature is measured in the longer term. -How much talk about climate change reflects reality and how much is alarmist? -There is confusion in society. A cold winter makes some people think

14:11

Local

The Costa's climate is getting hotter

MATÍAS STUBER

Climate change is not a danger that has suddenly appeared overnight. It is a slow-moving phenomenon. A recent study by an environmental think tank, Observatorio para la Sostenibilidad (the sustainability observatory), has analysed the change in the ... he warned. The meteorologist points out that it is an increase that exceeds the global estimate of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC). "It's a lot, and it can have consequences of all kinds. From a scientific point of view, nobody ... denies that climate change exists," explains Javier Ruiz, PhD in Environmental Sciences at Malaga University.The problem is in the perception. If there is no sense of real danger and awareness among the population, it becomes difficult to improve the

13:29

LifeStyle

The refreshing Valencian drink that took Madrid by storm

A. VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...were called 'horchata', whether they were made with melon, pumpkin or sesame seeds, rice... or tigernuts, of course. The tiger nut had been introduced by the Arabs from Africa and once acclimatised to the Valencian climate it too became one of the

12:28

Opinion

Two degrees

IGNACIO LILLO

...according to the Spanish met office Aemet. It's true that not all of the increase in the last month can be put down to climate change, but it's fair to assume that part of it is related to the phenomenon. In fact the Aemet meteorologists themselves have ... warned of the speed at which temperatures are rising. The Jiminy Crickets of climate change don't stop shouting into the ear of a Pinocchio whose nose no longer fits on his face for so many lies. The warnings are coming from more and more sides, but the

12:26

Local

Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior has arrived in Malaga Port

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climate' to the capital of the Costa del Sol. Malaga is one of 14 stops which form part of this Europe-wide campaign. The vessel, which last stopped off in Malaga in October 2016, will host meetings with local politicians as well as round table meetings ... to discuss ways of limiting our impact on the environment. Rainbow Warrior will also be open to visitors who can see first hand what life is like aboard the Greenpeace vessel. Visitors will also be able to learn about ways we can combat climate

17:54

What to do

The Ecomeninas pay a visit to Malaga

SUR IN ENGLISH

climate change. Ecomeninas Andalucía Gallery premiered in the city of Seville on 5 June, coinciding with World Environment Day. The street art gallery has already travelled through Huelva and Cadiz, with Malaga being the fourth stop on the Andalusian

10:32

Local

Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior stops off in Malaga

Sur in english

The Rainbow Warrior arrived in Malaga last Friday as part of its trip to 14 ports across eight countries, warning of the worrying rise in temperatures in Malaga and around the world. The Costa's climate gets hotter The boat was open to ... visitors who wanted to see what life is like aboard the vessel and learn about ways people can combat climate change. The ship, which left Malaga on Wednesday, runs on wind energy instead of fossil fuels.