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Greece Embraces Culture Not as Luxury But as Investment in Progress

By Constantine E. Passaris* Since time immemorial, Greece has supported and promoted the arts and culture. Indeed, Greece has created a significant foot print and...

Why Santorini Urgently Needs a Sustainable Tourism Plan

By Michael Ermogenis* Europe is the undisputed travel 'destination of choice' in the world. Almost half of all global travel is destined for Europe and...

Santorini: The Greek Island We Love to Death

By Michael Ermogenis* Two of the most familiar sights for those lucky enough to live on the cliff face of the Santorini caldera are the...

The Traveller and the Tourist: A Tale of Discovery in Santorini

By Michael Ermogenis* The terms 'traveller' and 'tourist' have such vastly different meanings: A traveller is a person seeking authentic experiences and tries to enrich and...

Fur Farming in Greece: Cruelty or Commerce?

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo Earlier this summer Greek Reporter told how Greece’s Ministry of Culture and Sports had turned down the domestic fur industry’s proposal to join...

Vegan Diet Plants Deep Roots in Greek Food

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo Adopting a plant-based diet is a huge trend across the globe, especially in Europe. As people around the world become more environmentally and...

Lindsay Lohan’s Love Affair with Greece’s Mykonos (video)

Lindsay Lohan's love affair with Mykonos continues as the American actor and businesswoman was again spotted soaking up the sun on the cosmopolitan Greek...

Meet the Greek Cooperative Which Said Goodbye to the Rat Race

  By Heini-Sofia Alavuo For many people modern life doesn’t bring satisfaction -- stress, money worries and being cut off from nature can cause unhappiness. However, there is...

Plastics Pollution Choking Greek Mediterranean: Report

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo As Greeks try to cut the amount of plastic clogging up their seas and environment, a new report released on Friday -- World Oceans...

Greeks Fight to Protect Majestic Rare Vulture

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo The bearded vulture (gypaetus barbatus) is one of the rarest raptors in Europe, and now Greeks on its mountainous island home of Crete...

Greek Cities Swelter Amid Shrinking Green Spaces

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo Greece is known for its beauty and nature, but this doesn’t always shine through in the bigger cities. People living in urban...

Drought-Hit Cretan Farmers Braced for 40% Loss of 2018’s Crop

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo As reported earlier this year by Greek Reporter, the island of Crete has been suffering from a difficult drought. In April, the island had only...

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