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The Water Alliance and the Sustainability Observatory call for new technology to be combined with traditional models in the face of another drought warning

Both entities lament the situation and stress the need to improve water use and management Ibiza, 09-09-22 – Six months ago on World Water Day, the Water Alliance for Ibiza and Formentera, together with IbizaPreservation’s Sustainability Observatory, marked the end of Ibiza’s drought pre-alert by issuing a warning about the fragile situation of the island’s...

Organic agricultural production triples in Ibiza in the last decade
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Organic agricultural production triples in Ibiza in the last decade

Sant Josep is the municipality with the largest number of hectares in organic farming Ibiza, 19-08-22 – Organic agricultural production in Ibiza has increased both in terms of surface area and the number of people working in it for another year running. The analysis, based on publicly available data from the Balearic Council for Organic...

IbizaPreservation launches guide advising tourists on how to behave in more environmentally friendly manner
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IbizaPreservation launches guide advising tourists on how to behave in more environmentally friendly manner

The ten key tips emphasise respect for the island’s natural and cultural heritage, judicious use of resources, and waste reduction Ibiza, 16/08/22 – IbizaPreservation has today launched a guide aimed at tourists visiting Ibiza to encourage them to act in an environmentally friendly way during their stay on the island. Entitled “10 ways to make...

IbizaPreservation invested more than €360,000 in environmental projects in 2021
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IbizaPreservation invested more than €360,000 in environmental projects in 2021

Presenting its annual report, the foundation highlighted initiatives such as Central Kitchen Ibiza and the Plastic Free Balearics certification Ibiza, 17/06/22 – IbizaPreservation today presented its 2021 annual report, a document detailing the foundation’s activities as well as its income and expenditure for the year. According to its financial statement, IbizaPreservation raised some €437,000 from...

A decade of decline in the quality of Ibiza’s bathing waters
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A decade of decline in the quality of Ibiza’s bathing waters

Between 2010 and 2021 the percentage of bathing areas rated as “excellent” drops from 100% to 50% Ibiza, 14-06-22 – The IbizaPreservation Sustainability Observatory, in the process of preparing its annual sustainability report 2021, has just released data on the quality of bathing water on the island of Ibiza and the results are not encouraging....

GEN-GOB and IbizaPreservation join forces to study the state of Posidonia Oceanica meadows in Cala Vedella
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GEN-GOB and IbizaPreservation join forces to study the state of Posidonia Oceanica meadows in Cala Vedella

IbizaPreservation is financing the research by GEN-GOB research which has recently finished collecting data Ibiza, 08-06-22 – Highlighting the need for empirical data about the marine environment on World Oceans Day, IbizaPreservation has announced its partnership with GEN-GOB in a study of the state of the Posidonia Oceanica meadows in Cala Vedella. The environmental foundation...

IbizaPreservation joins the UN’s Global Tourism Plastics Initiative
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IbizaPreservation joins the UN’s Global Tourism Plastics Initiative

The pledge aims to unite the global tourism sector around a common vision to tackle the causes of plastic pollution IBIZA, 05-06-2022 – On World Environment Day, the environmental foundation IbizaPreservation has announced its adhesion to the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, led by the United Nations Environmental Programme and the World Toursim Organisation in collaboration...

Martín Ceballos of Dvicio swims the 17km between Formentera and Ibiza to promote the protection of the sea
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Martín Ceballos of Dvicio swims the 17km between Formentera and Ibiza to promote the protection of the sea

The musician completed the crossing in less than 5 hours, raising funds via a campaign on Instagram IBIZA, 31-05-2022 – The musician Martín Ceballos, from the group Dvicio, has today swum the 17 kilometres between Ibiza and Formentera in order to promote the protection of the sea by raising funds for IbizaPreservation. After eight months...