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10:32

Local

Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior stops off in Malaga

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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 v

12:26

Local

Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior has arrived in Malaga Port

SUR

Rainbow Warrior, the ship owned by Greenpeace, arrived in Malaga Friday morning, following a successful stop in Barcelona. In the Catalan city, more than 2,000 people visited the ship which will bring its message of 'Change the energy, not the ... 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

12:11

Local

A week against plastic

Iván gelibter

...addition, Greenpeace suggests cooking more at home and making our own products, such as gazpacho or juice. ContainersDo the shopping with your own bags, shopping trolley or rucksack, and as well as this take other containers. In a lot of places, ... Greenpeace. The initiative, which runs until 9 June, has been encouraging consumers to avoid buying single-use plastic for a week. In this way it raises the question of what would happen if society came together and stopped buying foods and products that use ... single-use plastic packaging. Greenpeace has said that with this boycott they hope to show supermarkets, brands and other establishments that the vast majority of citizens do not want to contribute to plastic pollution. They added that people are tired of

11:26

Local

Greenpeace warns of pressure to build on the last unspoiled beaches in the Axarquía

ignacio lillo

The Greenpeace organisation’s ship, the Esperanza, in Malaga port earlier this week, was the venue for the environmentalist group’s presentation of the ‘Protección a toda Costa’ report. The report has been drawn up by Greenpeace in conjunction ... most built-up coastal region of Spain, the report confirmed, with buildings covering almost 75 per cent of the coastal strip. Greenpeace director Pilar Marcos explained further bad news: “A second golden age of construction is now threatening the ... said Greenpeace considers the case of El Algarrobico hotel in the Cabo de Gata “especially scandalous.”

12:35

LifeStyle

Fruit and veg: better off naked

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17% is burned for energy and 49% end up on landfill sites. 12 million tonnes of plastic is dumped into the sea every year. One water bottle takes 500 years to decompose, according to Greenpeace, who call for the reduction of packaging, the reuse of