At the BBVA ATMs, dismantling its green policy

Greenpeace volunteers have visited ATMs of the BBVA bank in cities across Spain to report in their branches that they continue to finance companies that build oil pipelines to transport tar sands, a type of tar that is especially complicated to treat and generates large amounts of toxic waste

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Changing car for ecological criteria?

Cars, the older they are, the more they contribute to global warming as they circulate. But how old must a vehicle be so that this savings in emissions compensates those generated by the manufacture of the new car? What other environmental factors should be taken into account? Several scientific studies…

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Supermarkets plans to abandon plastics

Are the supermarket chains ready to replace the plastic? We analyze the future strategies of five important distribution chains. Not only with regard to plastic bags, but also fresh products packed with this material – the typical pepper served in expanded polystyrene tray and covered with film.

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Special Envoy – The city of tomorrow

Cities without pollution, where pure air is breathed, streets with rainwater collection systems that take advantage of every last drop, green roofs and green roofs, houses that produce more energy than they consume, public transport whose fuel comes from organic waste and sewage …

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