Tulum, found on the Yucatán Peninsula (Mexico) is not only home to great beaches, but has LUSH jungles, Mayan ruins, cenotes (caves or sinkholes filled with crystal-clear waters), gorgeous lagoons and upscale nightlife.
Last years humanity is facing a really tough period. Threatens as the climate crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, or the war in Ukraine are threatening international balance and pausing advances on several key environmental targets under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
At the Luxury Sustainable Hotels International Association we walk alligned to the United Nations Environment Programme and give for suppport to #tulumcircula.
The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022, released last week, details how a series of It says urgent action is needed to preserve nature and rescue the global goals.
Recently our President, Hector De Castro, met in Tulum with part of the team involved in this event. And from the first minute he gave support moving our resources and sensibility. In hardly 24h, from the LUSH association we are happy to help and giving the maximum visibility to this initiative through our different online and offline channels.
Join in the massive trash cleaning of beautiful Tulum.
Tulum Circula in coordination with the Department of Environmental Sustainability, the United Nations Program for the Environment in Mexico, Mares Limpios, National Commission of Protected Areas, Secretary of Ecology and Environment, Tulum City Council, Decade of Action of the UN and Biohogar is organizing the first 2 day massive trash clean up covering the entire town of Tulum this weekend.
♻️ 1st MASS TRASH CLEAN UP
Tulum Circula and the Department of Environmental Sustainability calls companies and residents to join the massive cleanup of Tulum on July 16 and 17, 2022.
You’re still on time! Join as a volunteer and register at the meeting points. (37 locations)