Finally, the inside of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is done. The church, set out to build 125 years ago and expected to be finished in 2026, attracts millions of visitors every year. This is no surprise due to the
A story on New Yorker's stubbornness to grow in the least traditional spaces, a special report on how to take care of a Staghorn Fern, and a tale of a trip to a mysterious nursery in Buenos Aires are some of the
The Indignados (or "Outraged") have been camping in over 60 Spanish cities for almost 10 days now. What started on the 15th of May (hence the tag #15-M) via social networks has become some of the biggest and most peaceful
The other day, coming back from the beach, I saw some strange looking parking icons painted on the street; motorbikes with a plug! And indeed it seems to be happening now, Barcelona has launched its first electric
The mediterranean cuisine is known to be one of the healthiest, and yet, Spaniards like their fried tapas or churros every now and then. In 2010 the recycling centers, called 'Green Points', collected 195.136 liters of used
We love this join-the-dots co-creative design for a New Year's greeting card by our very own TreeHugger Barcelona correspondent Petz Scholtus. When not reporting for these very pages Petz is a product designer with a
Nobody likes being beaten about the head with the eco-stick. As many of us have experienced, railing against friends and family about the state of the planet rarely produces favourable results, or in fact any result at all. That's why TreeHugger is a
Let this vixen lead you into a tale of two cities: London and Barcelona. Photographer Laurent Geslin got his start taking photos of foxes, but as Wild Wonders of Europe sends him on mission to London he finds
Laurent Geslin was surprised to learn his mission to photograph European wildlife would take him to the urban heart of London and Barcelona to shoot foxes and falcons.
He was even more surprised when, in spite of the fact that he got his start snapping
From all I can gather, the actual on-paper negotiations are moving this week, progressing in some way towards some kind of agreement. (We'll get to what kind of agreement soon.) But we wouldn't have much way of knowing,
All eyes are on the city of Barcelona this week, as the last round of climate talks take place before the campaign roadshow moves onto to its final destination in Copenhagen in December. So what advances have the international delegates made this week?
Although we missed the actions Barcelona's Summercase Festival took last year to green their music events (reusable cups, recycling schemes, LED lighting, etc.), two singers really got their message across at this
This week the seventh edition of Ecocity & Industry, a fair all around the environmental future of industry and cities, is held in Barcelona, Spain. It is all about waste management and recycling, air quality monitoring, renewable energies and urban