Environment

Eco-living in Mallorca

Eco-living in Mallorca

As the world embraces a new ecological way of living, you will be pleased to know that Mallorca hasn’t been left far behind. From sustainable fashion to organic markets, the island offers ample choice for a sustainable lifestyle.

Global Climate Strike in Mallorca

Global Climate Strike in Mallorca

This week, people from over 150 countries will support climate strikers to end the age of fossil fuels. Read more about the movement and where you can get involved in Mallorca.

World Cleanup Day

World Cleanup Day

This weekend the World Cleanup Day arrives to Mallorca, where different organisations join forces to clean the island’s beaches with the objective to raise important environmental awareness.

‘Dos Manos’ with Save the Med Foundation

‘Dos Manos’ with Save the Med Foundation

Save the Med Foundation offers its fantastic Dos Manos initiative to all schools in Mallorca, where students can get involved in a range of compelling environmental activities. 

The ‘Wave of Change’ movement

The ‘Wave of Change’ movement

We talk to Megan Morikawa, Head of the Sustainability Office at the Iberostar Group. Taking a step forward in sustainable tourism, the passionate leader explains the keys to conserving the world’s seas and oceans.

How can we Save the Med?

How can we Save the Med?

Read about Save the Med Foundation, the transformation of the Ondine Association who have a mission to protect marine protected areas.

What is Earth Day?

What is Earth Day?

Read how you can get involved in Earth Day, a global event that strives to protect our species in a day of political action and participation.

Protect the Serra de Tramuntana

Protect the Serra de Tramuntana

Discover one of Mallorca’s greatest treasures: the Serra de Tramuntana. There are stunning mountain and sea views, many peaks, caves and canyons to explore and some charming villages to visit.

Help the Environment in Mallorca

Help the Environment in Mallorca

If you would like to lend your hand to help the environment in Mallorca, there are several beach clean ups that you can get involved in. Read more on how to participate!

The Cleanwave Movement

The Cleanwave Movement

A young non-profit initiative and dynamic social movement that aims at reducing the use of plastic bottles by providing access to free drinking water. Learn more about Cleanwave.

The Seabin Project

The Seabin Project

Pete Ceglinski and Andrew Turton share a common loathing of plastic pollution and a passion for the sea. To protect the ocean they have created the Seabin Project, let us explain what it is about! 

Why Mallorca should go organic

Why Mallorca should go organic

There is a growing awareness for the value of organically grown food, both for nutritional purposes, as well as for the safeguarding of our environment. Here are some reasons why Mallorca should go organic.