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16 resultados para 'polluting'

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16:46

Local

Marbella to reduce road tax for low-polluting vehicles

Mónica Pérez

With the seemingly unstoppable rise in car numbers in Marbella, the town hall is attempting to incentivise the purchase of 'greener' vehicles with the introduction of discounts of up to 75 per cent on road tax (Impuesto de Circulación). As part of

18:16

Gibraltar

LNG tested in Gibraltar homes for the first time

Debbie Bartlett

...for Energy, said, "These are the cleanest, least polluting 5mw of electricity ever produced in Gibraltar. Gibraltar must be proud of what we are achieving here."

13:20

Opinion

What planet are they on?

NEIL HESKETH

...of its shows would serve to worry us about the delicate position of Earth, so does nobody see the irony that almost everyone would have to arrive by polluting car in order to be told that? There is something also very ironic about this site. It is

14:28

Local

Fashion made at the bottom of the sea

Ana Pérez-Bryan / Regina Sotorrío

...ocean is the ideal place for a lot of human activities, including creating fashion. The event, coordinated by designer Manu Fernández, showcased a series of designs made exclusively from recycled materials, including the very same plastics polluting

11:44

Education

The best primary stories

...sick. Maybe if you stop polluting, less people will be sick.” After saying that, the turtle went back into the dark water. Slowly, a colossal whale came up to the surface, found Conner and said with a deep voice, “Young man, please don’t pollute or

11:21

Education

The best secondary stories

...cut down her children, the trees. Nature did not wail when man burrowed underneath her skin, polluting her for gold, diamonds and coal. The rain stops. Water falling through empty buildings, echoes like the voice of forgotten workers. The breeze