Greek Government Postpones Coastal Development Debate

The Greek government has postponed the debate over the controversial coastal development bill, which drew sharp criticism from many citizens and several members of the government,...

Coastal Development Bill Receives International Condemnation

The coastal development bill submitted to parliament by the Greek Finance Ministry has received international condemnation. The bill for the “definition, management and protection of...

Greenpeace Blasts Greek Coastal Development Bill

The environmental group Greenpeace has joined in criticism over a bill that would let developers run amok on Greece's coastline and build where they...

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...

Greece May Be Set for Hottest Summer in 10 Years

Meteorologists predict Greece will experience one of its hottest summers of the past decade, with possibly record-breaking temperatures expected to exceed 2007 highs. Forecasting models suggest El Nino...

Crete Fighting to Save its Seas

In three days, a dubious experiment is set to take place in the Mediterranean. Chemical agents which in small quantities are capable of causing...

Italy’s Enel Applies to Search Greece For Oil and Gas

The Greek Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change received yesterday three applications for hydrocarbon exploration in the regions of western Greece and Epirus. All...

Greek Scientists Use Old Paintings to Study Climate Change

A team of Greek and German scientists found a way to estimate pollution levels in the Earth's past atmosphere based on the sunset colors...

Celebrate Earth Week with Earth Friendly Products Hellas

Earth Friendly Products Hellas will present the first ever Earth Week Hellas in Athens, Greece April 22 – 26, 2014. The purpose of Earth Week...

Greek Judges Send Prosecutors Case on Syrian Chemical Weapons in Med

The Greek government is accused of criminal negligence in failing to protect the environment during the disposal of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile, according to...

Athens January Warmest in Years

This January was the warmest for 118 years in Athens, according to the data released by the National Observatory of Athens. According to scientists, February was also...

NATO’s Naval Exercises Massacre Whales in Crete

The photo that the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki published, depicting stranded whales along the south-east shores of Crete has brought forth a great deal...

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