Posts tagged with greece

  1. PUBLICATION @ GEO France | April 2022

    2022-04-04 15:53:00 UTC

    Growing slowly, not scared of long draughts nor cold winters, the olive tree is famous for it’s longevity, for its fruits and most of all for the liquid gold we call olive oil. A sea of olive groves! This is what Messinia felt like to me back in November 2021…

  2. PUBLICATION @ 24heures | 11 Sept. 2021

    2021-09-11 16:14:00 UTC

    “Athens must become a climate laboratory”, an article by Elisa Perrigueur, at Swiss newspaper 24heures, about the urgency of the Municipality of Athens to create a plan of action against heat waves and climate change. Athens becomes the first city in Europe to have a Chief Heat Officer, Dr. Eleni…

  3. PUBLICATION @ La Tribune de Genève | April 2021

    2021-04-08 17:51:00 UTC

    As a result of commitment to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and to the long-term vision of a climate-neutral EU by 2050, in the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in 2019 greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced the termination of operation of all Greece’s…

  4. PUBLICATION @ LIFO | May 2020

    2020-05-04 12:53:00 UTC

    The Terrible Image Snapshots from the protest against the new controversial environmental super-law proposed and approved by the greek government on the first day after the ease of the strict lockdown measures due to COVID-19. Environmental law has been drastically transformed with the purpose to attract investments. NGOs and over…

  5. PUBLICATION @ LIFO | Dec. 2019

    2019-12-09 08:51:00 UTC

    Singing to save the waters, documents two different actions by Vrisoules, a women’s activist group who sing and dance in order to raise awareness and their opposition to oil and gas exploration and extractions projects currently taking place in Greece.  See the full set of pictures and the related article…

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