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30th anniversary of the worst nuclear power plant accident ever

On 26 April 1986, the reactor number four of the Chernobyl plant exploded in Ukraine, near Kiev, releasing large quantities of radioactive particles higher than 500 Hiroshima atomic bombs, spreading over a dust cloud which reached the U.K., generating three tons of radioactive materials. Over...

The Earth Hour City Challenge

Following the signing in Paris last December of the historic agreement for the environment, March 19 is the time to take action and take it one step further. We are all part of the solution and we want that in the Hour of the...

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It will take one year to restore devastated flora and fauna.

Oil spills contaminate major river in Peru’s Amazon. Two breaches in the Northern Peruvian Pipeline have contaminated the Marañon river in Peru’s Amazonas and Loreto states. “We must protect the Amazon rainforest, but also the crops, and many have been affected,” environment minister Manuel...

Innovative and sustainable solutions for cities

Birmingham, Budapest, Castelló, Valencia and Breslavia are joining efforts to look for more sustainable energy solutions through a pro-innovation procurement approach. Each of them has been active in special projects related to energy efficiency and renewable energy production, and now they will focus on...

2016 International Year of Pulses

Running under the slogan «nutritious seeds for a sustainable future», the UN General Assembly declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses to raise awareness of the many benefits of pulses, boost their production and trade, and encourage new and smarter uses throughout the food chain. What...


2015 will end in the North Pole with temperatures nearly 30 degrees Celsius above what is customary, according to predictions from agencies such as the United States Atmospheric and Ocean Administration (NOAA) or the UK Met Office Office). What’s happening?

The receipt of light, released from the nuclear moratorium!

Coinciding with the anniversary of the paralysis of the nuclear plants of Lemóniz, Valdecaballeros and Trillo II, the Spanish stop paying the nuclear moratorium after the interruption of its construction 21 years ago. Noticia del Diario de Levante.