The Balearic Islands are a "pioneer" in terms of a change in waste management.
The ban contravened traffic regulations and limited the circulation of motor vehicles.
The vehicle manufacturers association object to the ban on new diesel vehicles from 2025.
There have been mixed messages about the all-inclusive legislation.
Legislation regarding all-inclusives and party boats are among other items for which time parliamentary time might run out.
The federation of food and drink industries claims that the legislation will violate the Spanish Constitution.
Acotur welcomes the fact that there is to be new regulation of all-inclusive but wants existing rules to be enforced.
"The time has come to burst the holiday rentals bubble."
The director-general of tourism, Antoni Sansó, made seemingly contradictory comments almost a month ago about rentals under the tenancy act.
On Friday last week, the Constitutional Court lifted the suspension of Balearic legislation on bullfighting.
Further reform of the tourism law will include a definitive regulation of all-inclusive hotels.
The legislation will specifically refer to the drinking of alcohol by minors for the first time.
Increased risks of flooding and from a rising sea level, but drought and heat are thought to be the greatest threats.
The manifesto calculates that there will be a total economic loss of some 1,000 million euros per annum.
These calls have been coming despite the fact that since the end of July it has been impossible to register any property.
Marc Pons, energy minister: "The fight against climate change is at the centre of the political agenda."
The Aptur holiday rentals association has advised members to take down adverts immediately.
If websites don't comply with the law, they could face fines of between 40,000 and 400,000 euros.
From Tuesday, it would seem, inspectors will be hard at it sorting out properties to fine.
The decree was necessary in order to deal with the legal limbo: commercialisation of apartments as tourist rental could neither be authorised nor prohibited.
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