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Menorca on foot, next sunday

Sunday 10 January, walking  from Cala en Porter to the megalithic tomb of Ses Roques Lises, considered the most ancient construction in Menorca and one of the best conserved in the Balearics. The walk will also visit Na Comerma de Sa Garita. This is organized in conjuction with the Cultural Department of the Consell Insular, to mark the start of the Sant Antoni festivities. Continue reading Menorca on foot, next sunday

Jaume Obrador unanimously re-elected as the Island President of GOB

On 21 December, 2015, a general meeting of the members of GOB approved the summary of its activities carried out during 2015, the budget for 2016, the composition of the new board, and unanimously re-elected Jaume Obrador as its President.

The number of members of GOB Menorca is still increasing having reached 1,314 this year. Continue reading Jaume Obrador unanimously re-elected as the Island President of GOB

Climate Change. Action at global and local levels

Press for changes not only at a global level but also for commitments at a local level. This is the only way to deal successfully with the enormous challenge presented by climate change.

GOB has joined with other ecological groups (from Galicia, Asturias, Cataluña, Valencia, Andalucia, Extremedura…) to try to persuade regional governments to make effective commitments to help prevent climate change. Continue reading Climate Change. Action at global and local levels

Talk on Global Warming and the Health of the Planet

Benjami Carreras

Global Warming and the Health of the Planet

Talks on 26th and 27th October 2015 at 8 pm

Today is the start of the campaign “29th November, A Menorca March about Climate Change. To coincide with Paris”. It begins with a talk by Benjamin Carreras “Global Warming and the Health of the Planet” at 8 pm in the “Circulo Artistico” of Ciutadella. Tomorrow, Tuesday 27th Benjamin Carreras will repeat the talk in the Plenary Hall of the Consell Insular in Mahόn also at 8 pm. Continue reading Talk on Global Warming and the Health of the Planet

Visiting a recovered ancient cistern

There was a good response from the public for a walk organised by GOB on a sunny Sunday on 4 October to visit a restored water cistern.

The refurbished cistern

120 people gathered at the meeting place, at the entrance of Son Bou. The walk started along the Cami de Cavalls going through the urbanization towards the countryside along Torre-soli and soon turning off for the private road of Daia Vell, which on Sunday was opened for us. Continue reading Visiting a recovered ancient cistern