As the human impact on our seas grows in quality and quantity, we recognize the immense need to intensify the effectiveness of Archipelagos Institute activities for the protection of our seas. Therefore our new research boat, the Aegean Explorer will be a catalyst. It is an old boat with a very good structure that has
One of the biggest broadcasters in Europe, are working in cooperation with Archipelagos Institute, and are looking for memorable stories of passionate children aged 6-16 who have taken initiatives to champion environmental change within conservation. They are casting for an ongoing TV series, focused on young people on a global scale, who though unique activities
The National Herald wrote an article about the internship opportunities at Archipelagos in their September issue. The article explains the goals of Archipelagos as well as sharing the personal experiences and daily activities of many Archipelagos volunteers. For the whole article, please follow the link below: HERE
Even though the daily workload for us all in Archipelagos is large, we don’t forget our obligation to share the love and need for nature conservation with young children. Its them who will be expected to manage the numerous environmental problems that are being created by our generations… Even though we normally don’t have time
For over 18 years, despite the large workload here at Archipelagos, we utilize every opportunity to share with the youth our experiences, current research and conservation efforts. We also provide hands-on sessions in nature conservation to the schools on nearby islands. The engagement of youth today is the best investment we can make for the
After a week of intense research in the eastern Aegean, the “Training on the Monitoring Techniques of the Ecosystem Approach Common Indicators related to Biodiversity Component” was successfully completed. This was carried out by the cooperation of the Regional Activity Centre for Specially Protected Areas of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP/MAP SPA/RAC). The scientists
The National Herald wrote an article about the internship opportunities at Archipelagos in their September issue. The article explains the goals of Archipelagos as well as sharing the personal experiences and daily activities of many Archipelagos volunteers. For the whole pamflet, please follow the link below: https://www.thenationalherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/STUDY-ABROAD-IN-GREECE.pdf
The Joint Educational Oceanographic Research Course of the University of Essex UK with the Archipelagos Institute, took place in the marine area between Samos and Ikaria islands. For one week, with parallel recordings by Archipelagos’ 3 research vessels, with the aid of contemporary research equipment, the final year students of Marine Sciences from Essex university,
Patmos Island- Everyday practices that we can all follow in order to contribute to the protection of the seas. On Friday, June 23, members of the Archipelagos Institute of Marine Conservation took part in the 9th Festival of the Aegean Sea Tastes and Tradition, in Patmos island and made a presentation on “Everyday practices that
A little bit before the school year ends, Archipelagos’ researchers continue to offer lessons on environmental conservation to primary school students, both in our research station, as well as in the field. Despite the large workload that all of us in Archipelagos Institute have, we always find time for the children. This is the biggest