Wild Tulips in Crete Attract Japanese Botanists

It has been the fourth year in a row that Japanese botanists and nature lovers have visited Crete searching for rare flowers that are...

Emergency Call to Save Caretta Caretta Turtle

Environmental groups have issued an emergency warning on behalf of the endangered sea turtle species Caretta Caretta, which is about to enter its egg-laying period, with one of...

Onassis Foundation Annoyed with EU Rejection of Athens Regeneration Project

Onassis Foundation on Sunday expressed its dismay at the European Commission's decision to exclude two regeneration projects from the upcoming EU funding program for...

Western Greece Ravaged by Floods, Evros Region on Red Alert

Heavy rainfall has caused major damages in western Greece, while the Evros region is on red alert because of flooded rivers. Other areas in Greece also...

300 Oil Companies Interested in Ionia and Crete

Approximately 300 foreign oil companies have been in touch with the Greek Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, expressing an interest in the seismic...

Emergency Measures for Smog Being Made in Greece

The Greek government is attempting to reduce smog by promoting a number of measures including restrictions on the movement of vehicles, closing of schools and central heating...

Incalculable Ecological Damage Caused by Wildfire in Northern Evia (video)

As of Monday morning, the wildfire that has been blazing in northern Evia for the past three days still threatens the town of Limni...

How Negating Climate Change Could Impact Greece

The international community is challenging the reasoning in the decision of US President Donald Trump to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement, as...

Minister Kouyialis: EU’s Transition to a Low-carbon Economy, a Necessity

The transition of EU's economy to a low-carbon one is a necessity and the new funding mechanisms provided for in the new institutional framework...

Another Caretta-Caretta Turtle Found Dead

Another dead Caretta-Caretta sea turtle, the fourth within June, was  spotted on the morning of June 25 by a fisherman in Amvrakikos bay. According...

Greek PM Tsipras: ‘Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way’

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras congratulated Productive Reconstruction, Environment and Energy Minister Panos Skourletis on Wednesday on his efforts to protect the environment following...

Blue Flag For 88 Cretan Beaches

Beaches and a marina on the Greek island of Crete won a total of 88 Blue flags out of 393 that were awarded to...

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