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Catalonia struggles to generate renewable energy

Catalonia struggles to generate renewable energy

Professor Sergi Saladié i Gil from the University of Rovira i Virgili in Tarragona explains why Catalonia is lagging behind when it comes to renewable energy and some of the difficulties with large wind farms

Symphony, a VR journey through music

Symphony, a VR journey through music

Barcelona's CaixaForum arts centre has a new permanent exhibition. Symphony, a virtual journey to the heart of music, uses cutting edge technology to detail the majesty of classical music. Put together by world-renowned conductor and violinist Gustavo Dudamel, the score is performed by over a...

A wind farm off the Costa Brava? Locals aren’t too sure

A wind farm off the Costa Brava? Locals aren’t too sure

As Catalonia struggles to meet its renewable energy targets companies claim Parc Tramuntana could generate 90% of Girona's energy, but an eclectic and very vocal group of locals are fiercely opposed to the plans.

Sant Jordi is back in the streets

Sant Jordi is back in the streets

Access controls, hand sanitizer, spacious locations, and dispersed hotspots were among the safety measures in place today for Sant Jordi. Passers-by enjoyed the day safely, but at the same time surrounded by people once again after a long time.

23-Apr-21: 'Catalonia celebrates Sant Jordi once again'

23-Apr-21: 'Catalonia celebrates Sant Jordi once again'

Access controls, hand sanitizer, spacious locations, and dispersed hotspots were among the safety measures in place today for Sant Jordi. Passers-by enjoyed the day safely, but at the same time surrounded by people once...

Writers excited about meeting their fans again

Writers excited about meeting their fans again

Writers are excited about being able to sign books for their fans again after the 2020 hiatus. Some say that the lack of tourists makes it less crowded this year. Oriol Mitjà, Irene Solà and Francesc Serés are three of the best-selling authors in recent rankings.

'Much better' than expected rose sales so far for Sant Jordi

'Much better' than expected rose sales so far for Sant Jordi

Sant Jordi, the biggest day of the year for florists has come. They expect to sell between 3.5 and 4 million roses in a single day across Catalonia, half of those sold in 2019. Some florists say good weather is prompting "much better" sales than expected.  

Online florist optimistic about Sant Jordi sales

Online florist optimistic about Sant Jordi sales

Pau Culillas, the owner of online florist Rosistirem, is hopeful rose sales will pick up this year for Sant Jordi.

22-Apr-21: 'Court rejects jailed independence leader’s appeal, paving way for European justice'

22-Apr-21: 'Court rejects jailed independence leader’s appeal, paving way for European justice'

Jordi Turull can no longer seek to overturn his 12-year sedition sentence in Spain. The much-anticipated outcome means that he can finally bring his case to the European Court of Human Rights

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