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20:30

Gibraltar

Gibraltar is getting greener with new trees

Debbie Bartlett

Different areas of Gibraltar have benefited from new trees and plants recently as part of the government's Green Gibraltar initiative. The most recent additions are two Tipuana trees along Rosia Road promenade and almond trees, oleanders and ... rosemary in a newly-created recreation area near St Jagos, together with more rosemary and Virginia creeper to create a 'green wall'. The Department of the Environment welcomes suggestions about new areas which could benefit from plants or trees.

17:40

Local

Vélez-Málaga town hall reveals plans to plant 1,000 new trees

Jennie Rhodes

Vélez-Málaga town hall last week unveiled a new environment plan which aims to plant over 1,000 trees in the town this decade. Under the slogan 'One Child, One Tree' the town hall and local schools aim to have planted 165 trees by the end of

18:38

Local

Storm brings down trees and damages the Marbella coast

I. LILLO / N. CASTRO / C. MÁRQUEZ

...patio; the town hall has asked that the Marbella Club hotel remove the terrace which was practically under water. The Marbella fishing fleet was unable to go out due to the huge waves. Trees and large branches were brought down by the strong winds ... Casares where the Christmas decorations were destroyed.Trees were blown over on the road to La Acedía and there were a few street lamps and branches down as well as the odd rock fall in various streets. In Estepona the gusts removed part of the roof of

13:33

Gibraltar

Christmas tree recycling scheme launched on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

Those with real Christmas trees to dispose of can do so in an environmentally-friendly manner by taking them to the Civic Amenities Facility in Europa Advance Road. The trees, which would not survive in the local climate if planted, will be

14:08

Local

Foreign residents help to plant trees in the Axarquía

Jennie Rhodes

CreceT Organiser and founder of the collective, Enrique Díaz, who works as a secondary school teacher in Periana, explained to SUR in English that among the participants they had "exceeded the original plan to plant 1,500 new trees" and in fact 1,924 ... He said that the objective is to plant enough trees to stretch across Andalucía "like a wall from Huelva to Almeria". While Díaz pointed out it is "impossible" to literally build a wall of trees, they hope to "fill Andalucía with forest". The

13:23

Local

Estepona town hall plants over 16,000 trees in seven years as part of its green plan

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The town hall in Estepona has a plan, the 'Plan Árbol' (tree plan), and since it started in 2012, 16,423 trees have been put in the ground to promote a more sustainable way of life in the town. In 2019 alone, the council planted 4,123, mostly shady, ... deciduous trees, including tipuanas, jacarandas, ficus, cypresses, poplars and pines, as well as palms. Since 2012, the amount of public green space has increased from 498,000 square metres to almost a million. Councillor for Services, Blas Ruzafa, ... explained that the tree planting had made Estepona "a much more liveable place, bringing added benefits such as cleaner air, absorbing polluting smells and gases." The plan has also helped save water as trees help reduce evaporation from land or stop soil

17:47

Local

Warm autumn means an early arrival of pine processionary caterpillars

MATÍAS STUBER

Summer is still several months away, but the 'Thaumetopea pitycampa', or processionary caterpillar as it is better known, can already be seen in southern Spain. The pine trees by the Guadalhorce river estuary are infested with nests and experts are ... and rain, and these conditions were very favourable for the caterpillars. It did rain heavily recently, but not enough to affect the nests in the pine trees, as can be seen from the photo, taken by the Guadalhorce river. The caterpillars are already ... coming down the trees to bury themselves in soil before becoming moths. Their hairs are poisonous and can cause allergic shock in people and animalsEnrique Salvo says the biological cycle of the processionary caterpillars has been brought forward because