The Beautiful ‘Lalades,’ The Wild Tulips of Chios (Video)

The Greek island of Chios is known for its mastic trees which produce sap used in an array of traditional products from gum to...

NOA Launching Experiment on Crete to Reveal Health Impact of Desert Dust Storms

The National Observatory of Athens (NOA)  is launching an international experiment in Crete to research the mechanism by which desert dust travels great distances...

Athens to Turn Off Lights on Saturday for ‘Earth Hour’

Athens city hall, Lycabettus Ηill and two more buildings housing municipality services will turn off their lights for an hour on Saturday night, as...

Greek Energy Minister to Join Greek Negotiating Team in Brussels

  Energy and Environment Minister George Stathakis will join the Greek negotiating team in Brussels, ministry sources told the Athens-Macedonian news Agency on Tuesday, without...

Government and Institutions Still at Odds Over Energy Market, Official Says

The differences between the government and the institutions over energy market issues remain, an official at the environment and energy ministry said on Friday,...

Another Earthquake Hits Lesvos; This Time Measuring 4.6 Richter

A light quake shook Lesvos at 10:55 am on Friday morning measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale. The quake's epicenter was opposite the town of...

37 Natural Formations of Hearts Around the World for Valentine’s Day — 2 in...

Nature works in mysterious ways and as The Great American Ôravel Travel + Leisure magazine recently published, our world has offered us up some...
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A Way of Life: Free and Real (Full Documentary)

A group of young people who used to live in big Greek cities moved to a rural area of Euboea island in Greece to achieve...

Environment Ministry Tables Bill Ratifying Protection of Prespa Park

Environment and Energy Minister Sokratis Famellos has tabled a bill in parliament that would ratify the International Agreement on the Protection and Sustainable Development of...

Flamingos and Swans Found Dead in Xirolimni Lagoon

Approximately 200 birds mostly flamingos, coots and swans were found dead in Xirolimni lagoon, northeastern Greece. Members of the Nestos-Vistonida-Ismarida management body were informed...

Eleftherios Venizelos Becomes 25th European Airport Certified Carbon Neutral

Athens International Airport, Eleftherios Venizelos, was recently certified by the independent carbon management program Airport Carbon Accreditation as being certified carbon neutral. This makes...

Snow and Rain Wreak Havoc in Northern Greece, Peloponnese

More bad weather has impacted the northern Peloponnese and western Macedonia regions of Greece. In western Macedonia over 40 villages were faced with complete power...

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