The Community would become 7,640.7 square kilometres, 50% more than the current 4,991.7.
And if you had a limited budget to invest (as is always the case) what would you fund?
Marine life under the Balearic waters.
The 15 alitans have been bred at Palma Aquarium and the Cabrera National Park's visitor centre.
Interview with Dan Abbott, multimedia manager for Save the Med in Mallorca.
Under the sea.
Volunteers from the group that has adopted the Mesquida collect plastic waste.
The waters we swim were once home to an ample number and variety of sharks and rays.
Professionals and amateurs can participate in MARE by taking pictures from the shore or below the surface of the sea.
Under the lockdown we’ve launched the #enamarar initiative encouraging people to share a photo of the Balearic sea, to build a collective virtual aquarium and have a small window through which to enjoy the sea from home.