Tag: Mediterranean

A Model for Land Management, Morocco’s Agdals Are at Risk of Disappearing | New Lines Magazine

Seasonally managed indigenous lands provide a blueprint for responsible environmental stewardship, but the hardscrabble way of life is driving the

A dry wetland in Spain’s Doñana National Park following a summer of record heatwaves and drought

Pitted against profits, Spain’s biodiversity haven collapses | Al Jazeera

Overexploited aquifer, coupled with too many dry years, sends Doñana National Park’s biodiversity into freefall. Huelva, Spain – On a

The Moorish invention that tamed Spain’s mountains | BBC Future Planet

An ancient Moorish invention has been providing water to the Sierra Nevada mountains for more than 1,000 years, making life

Southern Spain’s ancient water network sustains life but faces an uncertain future | Atlas Obscura

“Sowing water” in this mountainous region has been crucial for people, crops, and biodiversity for more than a millennium. HIGH

The revival of a historic journey across Spain | BBC Future Planet

A resurgence in pastoralism, one of the world’s more sustainable food systems, could help Spain adapt to climate change and

The olive oil industry is confronting death by spittlebug in Europe | The National

Xylella is one of the ‘most dangerous plant bacteria worldwide’ and has been confirmed in Corsica, the Balearic Islands, southern

Banned Identity: A history of couscous during the Spanish Inquisition | EATEN Magazine

For EATEN Magazine No. 7, I wrote about the history of couscous during the Spanish Inquisition — from noble dish

The hidden Islamic history of Madrid revealed | Middle East Eye

Muslims, campaigners and tour companies are revealing a heritage too long denied in Spain’s capital Hachim Oulad Mhammed was reading