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The mayor of Palma paralyzes the change of names of seven streets | Culture

From the left, Bernardo Rabassa and the current mayor of Palma, José Hila, applauding the inauguration of the street in his name, in 2009.Rabassa family The mayor of Palma, José Hila, of the PSOE, has paralyzed this Friday the change of the name of seven streets of the city of supposed Francoist symbolism due to […]

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The time change threatens the oldest drive-in theater in Spain | Culture

The Drive-in of Dénia, on May 14 of last year, in the first film session after the confinement.Monica Torres From December until the summer, every day it gets dark a little later in Spain. Now, around 7:30 p.m., the sun has declined enough on the Valencian coast for the projection of a film to begin […]

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The power of a documentary to change things | Culture

Can cinema change the world? From his home in Bucharest, in a telematic interview conducted this Thursday, the Romanian filmmaker Alexander Nanau, since last Monday double Oscar nominee for best documentary and best international film for Collective, he smiles wistfully: “I never made my film with that intention, but with that of learning how people […]

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Lacaton & Vassal win the Pritzker Prize with an architecture that certifies change | Culture

Never demolish. “Demolition is the easiest solution, but it is also a waste of energy, materials and history and an act of violence. Transformation is doing more and better with what exists ”, this is how 2021 Pritzker Prize winners Anne Lacaton (Saint-Pardoux, 65 years old) and her husband, Jean-Philippe Vassal (Casablanca, 67 years old) […]

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A necessary change | Culture

Society faces a serious problem that can become catastrophic if it is not addressed in time. It is the lack of women in scientific-technical careers. According to data from the Ministry of Education, in the 2017/2018 academic year, in careers related to engineering, industry and construction, the percentage of women enrolled was 28.5% and in […]

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Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac respond on climate change at the Hay Festival | Culture

Climate change experts respond. Christiana Figueres, anthropologist and economist, and Tom Rivett-Carnac, political strategist, explain, question by question at the Hay Festival, the reasons that led them to study climate change and also the construction of the book The future we choose (in Spanish The future to be decided, Debate 2021).

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