Waters in the Balearics were up to 5°C warmer than at the same time last year.
The climate emergency is said to have worsened since climate change legislation was approved three years ago.
A University of the Balearic Islands report concludes that while warming has accelerated globally, it hasn't locally.
State law requires the creation of low-emission zones by the start of 2023.
The actions will focus in 2022 on energy efficiency, air conditioning in the terminal building and creating 182 electric recharging points.
“It’s not politics, it’s simply humanity."
Interview with Steven Goode, a member of Extinction Rebellion in Mallorca.
"The statement juxtaposes the COP26 setting with the real-life situations faced in Tuvalu"
In the Balearics, energy transition will mean 25% renewable energy production within four years.
Loss of beaches, deterioration of water quality, uncomfortable temperatures ...
Cala Millor beach suffers loss of sand year after year.
Ranks as the largest existing iceberg on the planet.
Climate change could bring torrential rain, tropical nights, drought and highs of 50 degrees.
University researchers carried out a study of tourists' willingness to pay.
Plans for the airport are described as incoherent and contradictory to declarations of climate emergency.
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