Canary Islands

Over-tourism: now is the time for action

Considering the state of things and the protests we are seeing cropping up around the world (London, Berlln, Tenerife), over-tourism is the hot word of the minute, but what does it reallly mean?Over-tourism refers to the phenomenon where excessive numbers of tourists visit a destination, leading to negative impacts on the environment, infrastructure, traffic congestion,

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a Sustainable Paradise: Exploring finca la calabacera in Tenerife

Tenerife, known for its stunning beaches and lush landscapes, is also home to a hidden gem – Finca La Calabacera, an eco farm located in the west of the island, close to Playa San Juan. We recently had the privilege of touring this remarkable place and were truly inspired by their dedication to ecological farming

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Walking for a Cause: The Mini March with Tenerife Horse Rescue and Canary Green

Last Saturday, we teamed up with Tenerife Horse Rescue and Cactus Coliving & Coworking for an incredible event: the Mini March. It was a fantastic day filled with purpose and passion as we walked to raise funds and awareness for Tenerife Horse Rescue. Starting from Playa de Ajabo in Callao Salvaje, we set off on

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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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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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Empowering Youth Workers in the Digital Age: Erasmus+ Training Course by Canary Green

In our little village of Callao Salvaje, Tenerife, a diverse group of 28 young professionals from across Europe came together for a transformative experience. Two weeks ago, Canary Green hosted the Erasmus+ Training Course titled “Embrace the Change: Storytelling in the Digital Age” to equip youth workers and young entrepreneurs with effective social media strategies

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