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The deputy general of Álava, Ramiro González, has accused the Nuclear Safety Council (CSN) of secrecy regarding a possible resumption of the nuclear power plant in Garoña at a conference in Brussels…
Publisher: cadenaser.com
Ten conservation and cultural organisations in Spain have complained to various public bodies, demanding a modification of the government’s plan to build a path along the river Mandeo. The citizen…
Publisher: laopinioncoruna.es
The fishing sector of Galicia fears that the Royal Decree, which opens the doors to industrial aquaculture and is to be approved by the Spanish government soon, will pose a threat to the traditional…
Publisher: tercerainformacion.es
The UNECE Aarhus Convention and the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity recently organised a global roundtable on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Geneva…
Publisher: isna.ir
Numerous citizens of the community of Porpetto have signed a report in which they list the problematic issues about the building of a third lane for the A4 motorway near the town. In the report, the…
Publisher: messaggeroveneto.gelocal.it
Almost one hundred years after its founding in 1919, and seventy years after the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, the Italian League of Human Rights (Lidu Onlus) will…
Publisher: greenews.info
The BAPE (Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement) has now been advising the Canadian Ministry of Sustainable Development, the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change (MDDELCC) for…
Publisher: ledevoir.com
The UK based mining company Lydian International will soon begin constructing the Amulsar mine in Armenia. Once fully operational, it will be the single largest mining operation in the country. The…
Publisher: opendemocracy.net
The Portuguese People-Animal-Nature Party (PAN) plans to file two complaints to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe for breach of both the Aarhus and the Espoo Convention. The alleged…
The Director General of UNESCO and the mayor of Venice will talk about the status of Venice as a UNESCO site in Paris today. A group of French sympathizers with the city made clear that they want to…

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