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Tierra means “Earth” in Spanish, and protecting it is at the core of everything we do – from solar panels that power us, down to the biodegradable straw served with your evening cocktail. Now more than ever, it’s important for all of us to take steps to protect our planet.
April 21, 2020

Tierra Hotels

 

Earth Day is celebrated around the world to remind people how important it is to take care of the planet. The evidence of the human race’s negative impact on the environment is overwhelming and we should all try to take concrete actions to change this situation.

Since its founding, Tierra Hotels has practiced deep respect for nature by developing a variety of sustainable projects and initiatives that seek solutions to problems, small and large, related to environmental impact, the preservation of cultural heritage and the conservation of biodiversity.

We are aware that everything we do has an impact and, for this reason, we are responsible for taking positive actions that maintain the natural balance of our surroundings: energy and water efficiency, sustainable construction, recycling and waste management, low-impact excursions, the reduction of our carbon footprint and more.

We are always looking for new ways to be more environmentally friendly and we ask our friends around the world to be more conscientious and behave in responsible ways that protect our collective home, the Earth. Let us know how you celebrate the 22nd of April, Earth Day.



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lovely blog! thank you!!!

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You can’t begin to understand how much I wish to visit. As a retired person, whose spouse is also retired, it is likely to remain a fantasy. When working I spent time in Argentina, but did not know of your existence. I worked with the dairy and beef industries. Was always too busty to do much exploring – I never even got to Iguazu Falls. Another stop on my fantasy list, as is the Atacama desert, in Chile. I did have time to visit La Boca, but that was about as much exploring as I had time for.

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