THE Balearic Ministry for the Environment has produced 14'000 guides setting out good practices to combat climate change, which they will deliver to all councils on the islands to make citizens aware of the importance of taking action locally to “solve a world problem”. Patricia Conrado, director of the Climate Change Office, was speaking yesterday. She explained that the number of guides given to each town would be proportionate to its population, and that this part of a series of agreements which the Balearic Ministry for the Environment has signed during the year with different entities and institutions to encourage good environmental practices. According to Conrado the guide, produced in Spanish and Catalan, sets out (via explanations and drawings) the good practices recommended to stop climate change which citizens can apply at home, at work and in their cars.


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