Pedro Costa Morata, a pioner of green movement in Spain present his autobiography at Lorca (Spain). He was an engineer of nuclear energy and when Franco tried to install a nuclear plant in his village he reconsidered is vocation. Actually, he is an expert —as he confessed— of the environment (Spanish Regional Governments, International Organizations, etc.) and an environmental journalist and writer.
Stories about Nuclear Plants, Green Energies, Social Protest, Eco-pessimism and other from 1973.
VIDEO, Youtube, 48′
Carmè Molinero claims again for open access on Spanish Archives. She describes in an article, recently published in Ayer –the Journal of the Spanish Contemporary Association–, how documentary censorship affects even now to our work. The evidence of a number of publications about the Spanish Dictatorship should be revisited, because censorship only affects this period by law. You can download the article free here [in Spanish].
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