An assembly room made out of straw explains how Menorca contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals. You can visit it between 18.00 to 21.00 h until 11 August. The United Nations, in 2015, approved the Sustainable Development Goals, a declaration that brings together world policies that, for the first time, consider the question of the environment as a universal matter for strategy development.
GOB has aligned the UN objectives with concrete practices through its Land Stewardship Scheme in Menorca. In order to know about this work, a construction has been built, at a farm, made out of bales of straw fitted together, and named the Agora, or Assembly Room. You are invited into it to reflect on matters currently affecting society and how these can be considered and managed as in the past. Within the Agora there is an informative exhibition on its walls.
The visits can be made between 18.00 and 21.00 hours each day from 31 July until 11 August. There is no access during other hours.
The Agora, or Assembly Room on Sustainability is at the farm called Turmadèn des Capità, 1 km on the right hand side along the road going to Es Migjorn from the main road.
This event has been made possible thanks to the help given by Make Europe Sustainable for All and the Mava Foundation.