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Fire-hit Mati in Eastern Attica to be Redeveloped into Massive Park

The Mati area in Eastern Attica, destroyed by one of Greece’s deadliest fires, will be redeveloped.

Greece Creates Park to the Memory of the Mati Fire Victims

Greek authorities are creating a park in memory of the people who lost their lives in the 2018 fire at Mati, located on the east coast of Attica.

Finalized Masterplan Paves Way for Regeneration of Fire-hit Evia

The masterplan for the regeneration of Northern Evia, which was devastated by massive fires in the summer of 2021, has been finalized.

New Nature Reserve to be Created in Fire-ravaged Mati

A nature reserve and recreation area will be created in fire-ravaged Mati, Greece.

Attica Hotels Provide Shelter to Athens Fire Victims

Attica hotels are offering free accommodation to people affected by the fires that ravaged several suburbs on Mt Pendeli, north of Athens, this week.

Greek PM Pledges Relief for Athens Suburbs Hit by Fires

Greece’s PM announced relief measures for those affected by the devastating fire that ravaged several suburbs north of Athens on Mt Pendeli this week.

Amanzoe Resort Stops Operations Due to Fire Damage

Luxury Amanzoe resort in Porto Heli, Peloponnese, announced that it had suspended operations after a fire in the area this week, caused damages.

The Hellenic Initiative Launches ‘Plant a Tree in Greece’ Campaign

The Hellenic Initiative has launched the “Plant a Tree in Greece” campaign, which aims to contribute to the reforestation of land and restore the livelihoods destroyed in the wildfires of 2021.

Fresh Support for Tourism Businesses in Fire-hit Northern Evia

The Greek government has announced a new measure that reduces leasing charges imposed on tourism and F&B enterprises of Northern Evia for use of seashore and beach areas.

Greek PM Presents Plan for Regeneration of Fire-hit Northern Evia

Road network improvements, forest regeneration and the development of tourism facilities are among priorities set out in the regeneration plan for Northern Evia.

Greece Increases Funding for 2022 Evia Tourism Campaign

Greece will increase funding for the tourism promotion of the fire-sticken island of Evia in 2022, from 1.5 million euros to 2 million euros.

EUMED 9 Countries Should ‘Lead the Way’ for Climate Change, Says Greek PM

EU leaders have adopted the Athens Declaration on Climate Change and the Environment in the Mediterranean during the 8th EUMED 9 Summit held in the Greek capital.

Central Greece Region: €40m for Reconstruction of Fire-hit Evia

The Region of Central Greece will release 40 million euros for the reconstruction of fire-hit Evia.

Fires: Northern Evia Tourism Professionals Call for Added Aid 

Evia tourism professionals affected by the recent fires that burned most of the northern part of the island, are calling for additional non-returnable relief measures.

Minoan Lines Supports Greece’s Wildfire Victims

Minoan Lines has announced its support to the victims of the recent wildfires that ravaged large parts of Attica and Evia earlier in August.

Greece Draws Up Regeneration Plan for Fire-hit Northern Evia

Evia residents and business owners impacted by the devastating fires will receive financial support in the coming days, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said.

Greece Opens Platform for Fire-affected Employees Seeking Subsidies

Greece has opened a platform accepting applications from employees who worked at enterprises that were affected by the massive fires.

Minister Commits to Fast Support for Fire-hit Evia Tourism

Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis said he would see to it that additional aid would be extended to tourism enterprises and employees affected by the fires on Evia.

Northern Evia Professionals Launch Tourism Campaign After Fires

Tourism professionals on the Greek island of Evia, which saw thousands of hectares of woodland ravaged by fires, have launched an online campaign to raise awareness and garner support to rebuild their future.

Greek PM Says Saving Lives a Priority in Natural Disasters

Protecting all forms of life in natural disasters is a key priority, said Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Thursday in the aftermath of the country’s worst fires in decades.