Juanele Villanueva

Juanele Villanueva is a freelance journalist passionated with Environment Affairs. He is originally from Spain and started to be interested in the Environment and sustainability when he was in his masters at the University of Salford. His goal is to share stories which change the general belief that being eco-friendly is just for wealthy people. Moreover, the vegan diet is the easiest step that everyone can do to reduce its environmental footprint. He is also interested in conservationism, recycling, renewable energies and environmental policies
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Wolves are on the brink of extinction in Andalusia
Animals & Environment

Wolves are on the brink of extinction in Andalusia

Once upon a time, a squirrel could cross from North Spain to the South without touching land, jumping from one branch to the next,...
Emma Greenwood

Q&A with Emma Greenwood, the Member of Youth Parliament fighting for climate change

Emma Greenwood, 17, is the youngster's voice as a Member of Youth Parliament (MYP) for Bury, Manchester. Her passion for climate and social justice...
The Earthshot Prize Ceremony

The Earthshot Prize Ceremony: 5 out of 50 solutions against Climate Crisis

The Earthshot Prize, an initiative lead by Prince William was created to help tackle the global climate crisis from many different angles. The Royal...
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What’s the best way for SMEs to offset their carbon footprint?

The latest IPCC report says some climate changes are irreversible, but there’s hope in cutting emissions, and SMEs want to get on board too. We’ve...
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Juanele Villanueva

Chefs and cooking schools are embracing plant-based food

Behind those vegan plates we love is a chef who conceptualised it. Plant-based food is on the rise and cooking schools are adapting to...
Juanele Villanueva

Vegan diets and meditation together can give you a time out

In the third lockdown, veganism and meditation can help get over the blues. Meditations for Good Vibrations’s Aishling Dunne explains how. Has this Christmas been...
Juanele Villanueva

Taking the pill: how pigeon populations can be controlled with safe...

Pigeons are a common view worldwide — funny birds to feed for many, a pest for others. Here’s how to control their population without...
Juanele Villanueva

Strait of Gibraltar: Conservationists call for wildlife protection in Alboran Sea...

The Strait of Gibraltar at the Alboran Sea is the passage between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, and it’s heavily used by...
Juanele Villanueva

In London, it’s either grey squirrels, or no squirrels at all

Grey and red squirrels have been in dispute for a long time, with the former blamed for endangering the latter's population. But it's not...
Juanele Villanueva

Brexit could see the UK turn to climate-vulnerable countries for fruit...

The UK relies on climate-vulnerable countries for fresh food supply. Although transport is not the only major environmental factor, some are asking for a...