Meeting 2030 Sustainable Development Goals can only be done if environmental impact is minimised.
Each winter, thousands of silky white nests appear in Mallorca’s fragrant pine population. But, instead of inspiring wonder at what’s soon to emerge, they spark fear for the hordes of pine processionary caterpillars about to descend and wreak havoc on daily life – not least our beloved dogs.
Hunting has replaced climate change as a Council of Mallorca environmental education activity.
Following lockdown, a new profile of visitor emerged, one that was less in tune with the rules of the environment.
Jeeps, buggies, quads ... they are all felt to have potential for environmental harm.
There are government regulations for protected areas, so town halls are having to adopt specific bylaws.
Static bicycles will be used for to generate watts of energy and demonstrate the commitment against climate change as part of the Energy Challenge.
Chargers will be located at hotels, golf courses and restaurants with free access 24 hours a day.
Wetlands that are important as bodies of water and for their biodiversity.
“It’s not only about creating a new form of zero emissions transport, it’s also about changing the culture.
Island was ranked third last year.
'Mallorca Strategy 2030' defines the Mallorca of the future, addressing the challenges of overpopulation, climate change and economic and resource overexploitation.
Overcrowding and signage - two issues of concern in the Tramuntana Mountains.
Fartàritx is a finca of high environmental and heritage value.
The Costas Authority has ordered the demolition of El Bungalow in Ciudad Jardín.
The environment ministry asked for a report, which it says was never sent.
The law is designed to protect natural areas.
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