This September, the World Cleanup Day arrived to the shores of Mallorca. This inicitave is raising awareness about measures and solutions to the problems our world faces. In its next edition, the fantastic event will unite more than 160 countries in a collection of data that will be soon be able to exert pressure against companies that pollute the globe the most.

World Cleanup Day

Taking place in September, Amics de la Terra, Don Dobbin, Mar de Fondo, Save our Sea and Save the Med joined forces to clean the beach in different parts of the island. Here, there was a focus on collecting data that would become part of a global database.

In a show of strength and unity, volunteers and partners worldwide came together to rid our planet of trash – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from Mallorca’s beautiful beaches, as well as rivers, forests, and streets worldwide.

Through this global initiative, it is important to remember that everything starts with your actions and decisions. Some of ‘Save the Med’s’ recommendations include buying local products of KM0 in local shops. Also they recommend rejecting single-use plastics and investing in reusable materials.

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!

About the World Cleanup Day

World Cleanup Day harnesses the power of everyday people to achieve incredible things by joining together. Its beauty lies in cooperation and collaboration: building bridges between disparate communities, and including all levels of society. The incredible initiative has emerged as the biggest waste collection day in human history.

More information:

Press release thanks to Save the Med and World Cleanup Day.

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