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The data obtained by scientists on the distribution and abundance of animal and plant species are necessary for the preparation of sensitivity maps that will allow the deployment of renewable energies in a way that respects biodiversity.

The appropriate design of areas for accelerated deployment of renewable energies (go-to areas) requires specific field studies on the distribution of endangered species with the participation of experts.

The current deployment of photovoltaic energy is harmful to biodiversity, as witnessed by the local extinction of an endangered bird species due to the implementation of photovoltaic plants without planning and without effective public participation.

The tools put forward by Directive 2023/2413 and other renewable acceleration regulations to avoid adverse effects on biodiversity are ineffective in terms of conserving an endangered bird species.

We propose the extension of three existing Special Protection Areas (SPAs) in the Campo de Tabernas and the creation of a new SPA to increase the coverage of the Natura 2000 network in this region for five endangered species.

Campo de Tabernas is an excellent example of the semi-arid ecosystems of southeastern Spain, harboring important natural, ethnological, archaeological and landscape values. This wealth is in danger. This report analyzes the coverage that the current Natura 2000 network offers to species with unfavorable conservation status in this region.

UE | 2024 | PDF

Suggestions on the designation of renewable energy acceleration zones

Francisco Valera, Luis Bolonio
EDITORIAL DIGITAL CSIC | 2023 | PDF

Proposal to expand the Natura 2000 Network in Campo de Tabernas (Almería)

Francisco Valera, Eulalia Moreno and Luis Bolonio
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT REVIEW | 2024 | PDF

Renewable energy acceleration endangers a protected species: Better stop to light a torch than run in the dark.

Luis Bolonio, Eulalia Moreno, Abel La Calle, Eugenio Montelio, Francisco Valera
LAND | 2023 | PDF

Energy Colonialism: A Category to Analyse the Corporate Energy Transition in the Global South and North

Josefa Sánchez, Alberto Matarán, Alvaro Campos-Celador, Eva Maria Fjellheim
I CONGRESO IBÉRICO DE ENERGÍAS RENOVABLES RED NATURA 2000 | 2022 | PDF

Aceleración de renovables. ¿Estamos preparados?

Luis Bolonio, Eulalia Moreno, Abel La Calle, Francisco Valera

If land-use is planned, more renewable power can be implemented with a minimal impact on biodiversity. If photovoltaic plants were to replace intensive and super-intensive olive groves, the problem of overexploitation of aquifers would also be solved.

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Composión de fotos de las especies y el campo de Tabernas
Luis Bolonio | Manuel Gómez | Antonio Callejón