The Mallorca Preservation Fund (MAPF) was created in May 2017 with the aim of conserving the amazing beauty and environmental quality of Mallorca in an attempt to transform it into a sustainable management model for the islands. To reach this goal, MAPF raises funds with which to support the local projects and initiatives that focus on the island’s conservation.

 

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The Fund promotes the creation of protected marine areas, a sea free of plastic, local products and agriculture, the protection of our endangered species and their habitats, as well as the search for solutions to implement renewable energy and optimal waste management.

The wealth and quality of our coastline is one of Mallorca’s greatest environmental assets, which is why protecting our waters is essential for us.

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Along with the cliffs and oak groves that make up the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, our landscape has been primarily shaped by humans through agriculture: dry stone structures (the jewel of our cultural heritage and one of the Serra’s top assets)…

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The potential loss of our biodiversity is one of the greatest challenges we face. The Balearic Islands are home to more than 300 endemic species and many are in extreme danger of extinction…

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Waste production, energy sources and contamination are the biggest environmental problems faced by the world this century. The growth that Mallorca has experienced in the last 50 years has been decisive in consolidating the problem. For example, waste production has increased by 83.14% between 1998 and 2000…

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PUBLIC AWARENESS AND EDUCATION

Getting people involved is the basis for achieving change, which means that communication initiatives are essential for reaching this long-term goal. Given its importance, raising awareness through education is fundamental for improving the environmental commitment of society and of future generations…

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PROJECT TO STUDY THE SPERM WHALE POPULATION

This initiative, carried out by the Tursiops Association to track and study the sperm whale population in the Balearic Islands, will provide data to support the proposal of a sanctuary east of the Balearic Islands for this species.

The data will also play a key role in defining the new proposed limits for the expansion of Cabrera National Park, which would contribute greatly towards protecting our wealth.

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There are a number of environmental entities in Mallorca that are doing important environmental conservation work, but they need our support.

With your help, Mallorca can maintain and improve its astounding beauty and also become an example for the sustainable management of the islands.

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Collaborating with our Fund is of great significance for all the people who share a profound respect for nature and the values it represents, along with the dream of protecting our most treasured heritage to be passed down to future generations.

The best way to help us reach our long-term goals is to support us with a yearly donation.

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CONTACT

Mallorca Preservation Fund
Foundation for the conservation of Mallorca

E-mail: ana@mallorcapreservationfund.org
Ctra. Palma – Andratx, Km 7,800 
Calvià. Mallorca

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