The Palau de Congressos’ hotel is strengthening the application of sustainability in business operations, and has now received EarthCheck certification.
Certifications in Sustainable Tourism are a way of proving, through an independent expert, that hotels have a quality sustainability program that benefits the community socially, economically and environmentally.
EarthCheck is one of the world’s leading sustainable tourism certification programmes, and Meliá Hotels International – managing company of the Palau - signed a global agreement in 2012 to implement its environmental management model.
This certification provides the hotel with a valuable management and reporting tool and it implies a commitment to continuous improvement.
To ensure compliance with these commitments, the hotel has developed a Sustainability Policy and a specific Action Plan, an Environmental Management Manual and a Waste Management Plan, among others.
From June 4 to 9, The Palma Convention Center will be transformed into a space for sustainability in the aquatic environment with this congress titled Resilience and Recovery in Aquatic Systems.
The most important international film industry event in Mallorca returns this year from October 18 to 24 to celebrate its 12th edition.
The city of Palma is the result of centuries of history marked by the different cultures that inhabited the city. One of them, which had an important political and economic weight on the island, was precisely the Jewish community.