Environment authorities are hoping for a little sun today

The weather has not been co-operating with the third environment fair which Balearic environment minister Margalida Rosselló officially opened at the Lonja explanade yesterday morning. But as most of the exhibits are in covered booths rather than open stands, there was quite a good turn out and the organisers, the Balearic environment ministry and the Port Authority, are hoping for better weather today, the last day. The fair offers boat trips around the bay, videos and a recycling workshop for adults, showing what can be done with left-over plastic bags. Defence of the black vulture, energy saving, forest fires and the control of stray cats are among the campaigns promoted at the fair, which also includes initiatives for increasing the number of wild animals. There are also fair trade stands, information on bioconstruction, exhibitions on the sea bed and protected species, as well as concerts, and organic products to sample.


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