A new corporate culture and environmental awareness

Did you know about Tenerife´s most famous catchment area for microplastics? – Playa Grande in El Porís. That’s where ZDHC, a team engaged in revolutionizing textile industry practices, came together with Canary Green for one mission: enabling our future through a new corporate culture. The mission The ZDHC Managament Team, felt the pull of Tenerife’s …

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Sunscreen’s Dark Side

The warm and welcoming climate of the Canary Islands attracts yearly more than 13 Million sun-seeking travelers from around the world, offering beach-days and sunshine all year round. However, beneath the sun-soaked surface, there’s an environmental threat lurking that demands our immediate attention – harmful sunscreen. This seemingly innocent product, designed to protect our skin …

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The Canary Green Team

Christmas and Goodbyes

At Canary Green, we always love a good party. Last Friday, we even had two occasions to celebrate: Christmas is coming soon, so there was a need for a proper Christmas party! Moreover, our beloved Sustainable Destinations Manager, Selina Bonilla, is sadly leaving us, so we needed to send her off in a proper way. …

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COP 28

COP28 – The United Nations Climate Change Conference

Today’s blog post will be about a slightly different topic than usual but equally important, if not even more important. It talks about COP28, the 28th annual United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference, which took place in Dubai. COP28 is therefore very important as governments come together to measure progress and negotiate the best ways …

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Forestal Park Tenerife Climbing Adventure

Climbing adventure in the trees: Our visit at Forestal Park Tenerife

Are you ready for an adventure high up in the trees? Then Forestal Park Tenerife is the spot for you! Last Thursday, our team was welcomed by Forestal Park Tenerife to experience a few hours filled with fun, adventure, and, most of all, climbing! So keep reading to gain more insights into our climbing adventure. …

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English Time with John climate change recognition

English Time with John: A radio show about climate change Recognition and what the future holds

A few weeks ago, we had the honor of having our very own John Dale Beckley on the radio! During the show “English Time,” he chatted with Clio O’Flynn about topics such as climate change recognition, greenwashing, and what the future holds. Listen to the whole episode here: Looking back on this year, there were …

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Playa Poris Beach Clean up

Jane Goodall, Playa Poris and a turtle named Goja – The latest beach clean up

Last Saturday, our Canary Green Team had the opportunity to take part in a beach cleanup organized by our amazing partner Ecoimplicados, where around 60 people gathered to clean the beautiful beach of El Poris in the west of Tenerife. But if you’re thinking this is just another blog post about a beach cleanup, you’re …

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Plátanos de Canarias

plátano de canarias – insights into the latest podcast episode of “Food for europe”

Why is the Plátano de Canarias PGI so important for the local economy in the Canary Islands? What exactly is a ‘Protected Geographical Indication,’ or PGI, and how does it assist local farmers on the islands? How does the European School Scheme for fruit and vegetables fit into this topic? These are all questions discussed …

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