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Marine Environment Cooperation Network Sets Out to Keep Greek Seas Clean

The newly-established Marine Environment Cooperation Network in Greece, which consists of 28 local groups and associations, is launching a plastic-free campaign as its first activity.

‘Let’s Clean-up Europe’ Underway, Greek Volunteers Set Example

More than 5,000 volunteers in Greece are setting a bright example by collecting litter and raising awareness as part of the ongoing “Let’s Clean-up Europe” campaign.

Santo Maris Oia Holds Coastal Cleanup Operation on Santorini

The Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa recently held a major cleanup operation at Santorini's harbor and on the beach of Baxedes in Oia.

Greece Takes Part in ‘European Clean-up Day’ Campaign

There are just a few days left until European Clean-up Day, which will run May 8-10. Greece is participating!

HELMEPA’s Awareness Campaign Visits Kavala

The extensive participation of the citizens and the evident support of local stakeholders of the city of Kavala recently crowned the workshop and inauguration of the Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association's (HELMEPA) exhibition entitled “Awareness on Marine...

Navarino Natura Hall To Open Next Month

The unique interactive exhibition center “Navarino Natura Hall by Hellenic Postbank” in Costa Navarino was officially presented in Athens last month.

Posidonia 2008 Shows Environmental Concern

Green business took center stage at Posidonia 2008 (June 2-6) as World Environment Day is high on the corporate social responsibility agenda and the global maritime community intensifies its efforts to further reduce its impact on sea and air pollution.

Helmepa Declares Ships are Environmentally Friendly

The Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association chose World Maritime Day (27/9/07) to announce that "ships remain the safest and most environmentally friendly means of travel as recent statistics show activity on land is responsible for eighty percent of sea pollution...