In the prestigious German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine appeared March 28 article on a succulent-urban ecological situation in Spain, entitled “A time for greed.” It would be nice to read some of the corrupt people and sold to brick it landed heads in shame. And if you offend both arrived to sue the newspaper, it would be fantastic because of the potential impact on public opinion. Times of greed (Translated from German by Anah Seri): Forex is the looting.The Spanish economy is booming, but the country mortgage their future and ignores climate change. Paul Ingendaay / FAZ MADRID, March 28. According to a poll published recently, among all Europeans, the Spanish who are most concerned about climate change, but that are just numbers. Who is going to miss Spain is in the south. Seven out of ten Spanish, it says, are “very concerned” about global warming, the risk of drought, rising sea levels, melting ice caps, etc.. The following posts concern of Europeans are occupied Cyprus, Malta, Greece, Portugal, Romania and Italy. I said, the south. In Finland, currently there is reason to fear the desert summers. But if you look at the consequences that flow from this concern, the subject is bad style for the Spanish, for several reasons. The first and most obvious is that they have little interest in ecology and climate science, are far behind in environmental issues and are no friends of the rules restricting their freedom of movement. There has never been “ecological consciousness” in Spain, and green politics at the national level there. It is true that in summer there are commercials candidly advocating water conservation, but when in February the Minister of Environment, Cristina Narbona, joined the disturbing conclusions of the study on a UN climate research according to which Spanish lead to increased temperatures for four to seven degrees to the end of the century, and thus Iberian climate catastrophe, public opinion was not to be talked about.The columnists and the “opinion maker” prefer to deal with issues more important than the summer heat, crop failures, desertification, pests or new human and bird migrations. While debates about the terrorist group ETA has led in recent months, half a dozen mass demonstrations, the fight against climate change fails to mobilize anybody. The underlying problem may be that the great Spanish economic growth of recent years is linked directly to the relentless plundering of the country and its resources, including land, water, electricity. The property boom that is rampant has assumed such terrifying proportions that in Spain more homes are built annually in Germany, France and England together. Part of the newly established estates are illegal.Not only is the Andalusian coast, whose destruction is proverbial, also the slums around large cities offer ghostly images of rampant urbanism, often derived directly from favoritism, bribes and secret deals. The stakes are high: in recent years, property prices have increased over 150 . Among those who have profited most are the builders, realtors and investors. Nor ceases housing demand in Spain by foreigners, either for itself or as an object of speculation. Only between early 2005 and mid 2006, almost thirteen thousand Seprona detected illegal construction around the country, excluding Catalonia or the Basque Country.