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2016

Barcelona is kicking cars off many of its streets, Oct 4 [1]

Packed beaches and gridlock loom large as tourists swap terrorism hotspots for Spain, May 14 [2]

Growing a better future in Mollet del Vallès, Apr 15 [3]

Madrid is covering itself in plants to help fight rising temperatures, February 3 [4]

Vitoria-Gasteiz European green capital by design, January 6 [5]

2015

Primera red ciudadana libre de Barcelona para internet de las cosas, por @carmenjane, December 28 [6]

Barcelona empieza a perfilar su polémica moneda local, October 21 [7]

Each Street Redevelopment Is a Chance for the City, September 30 [8]

Welcome to Jun, the town that ditched bureaucracy to run on Twitter, July 2 [9]

The solidarity fridge: Spanish town's cool way to cut food waste, June 25 [10]

Cycling share doubles in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the new cycling champion of Spain, May 27 [11]

Spain Got 47 Percent Of Its Electricity From Renewables In March, April 2 [12]

How Seville transformed itself into the cycling capital of southern Europe, January 28 [13]

Repsol Abandons Oil and Gas Exploration Off Canary Islands, January 16 [14]

“We Are Energy”: Community Energy from Scotland to Spain, January 14 [15]

2014

Canary Islands to vote on oil exploration, October 2 [16]

Madrid first city in the world to apply sustainability criteria to parking, August 6 [17]

The Madrid P2P Commune, May 22 [18]

El Hierro to become the first island in the world to be fully energy self-sufficient through combined wind and water power, May 1 [19]

Victory: no more Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining in Laciana Valley (Spain), February 27 [20]

Subsidy-free solar takes off in Spain, February 5 [21]

Spain: wind power becomes main source of energy, January 15 [22] “Spain is the first country in the world where wind energy was the technology that most contributed to the coverage of demand in a full year,” AEE (industry association). Renewable sources of energy as a whole covered 42.4 percent of demand last year.

2013

‘Cohousing’: un nuevo modelo de vivienda asequible y sostenible, December 26 [23]

Madrid's Big Plan to Swear Off Cars, December 4 [24]

2009

Mediterranean wildfires, [25], July

2008

Spain cuts speed limit and introduces energy-saving measures in bid to reduce oil imports, [26] July 30


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