Spanish water reserves for hydropower generation rose in the past week, the country’s Environment Ministry said.
As a thick smog hung over Beijing last year, Stephanie Giambruno and her husband decided it was time for her and their two girls to return to the U.S.
A few years ago, fracking in Spain seemed as likely as bullfighting in Britain.
Saharan dust blowing in from North Africa is shrouding skyscrapers in London’s financial district, coating residents’ cars and pushing pollution to high levels.
Spanish water reserves for hydropower generation fell in the past week, the country’s Environment Ministry said.
Smog in Beijing was worse than government standards on most days last year, the environment ministry said.
Robert Mendoza drags a tree trunk to the barricade at the entrance of his neighborhood in San Cristobal as the birthplace of Venezuela’s month-long protest movement braces for an all-out assault by the National Guard.
Spain’s government says access to water and sanitation is a human right, and that energy is a similarly valuable commodity.