The meeting of the EU Mediterranean Advisory Council for Fisheries (MEDAC) was completed last Friday in Venice. Archipelagos Institute for Marine Conservation, is an important member of the Advisory Council, as it is one of only four environmental organisations in the Mediterranean that has the right to vote. The purpose of this Advisory Council meeting
This morning, a working group meeting was launched in Arad, Romania, within the framework of the Sea4all action, which aims to develop educational tools and games related to marine pollution. Continuing for the second year, this action is carried out through the collaboration of the Foundation for Research and Technology of Crete, the Regional Directorate
The completion of the Mediterranean Symposium on Marine Key Habitats and Non-Indigenous Species, that was organised by UNEP/MAP – SPA RAC, The Regional Activity Centre for Specially Protected Areas of the UN Environment Programme, in Antalya, Turkey. The symposium had the participation of research organisations from all over the Mediterranean. Archipelagos Institute took part with four
A juvenile jackal was found on the roadside, in the area of Ano Vathi, Samos, most probably following an accidental hit by a car. It was found in a state of shock, in the early morning hours during the Christmas period. Archipelagos Institute was informed by the Samos Police authorities and researchers swiftly went to
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 “Interactions between Marine Mammals and Fisheries, case studies from the Eastern Aegean and the Levantine Sea” is the subject of Archipelagos’ new publication as a chapter of CIESM latest Monograph (no 50) just published by CIESM – Mediterranean Science Commission(ciesm.org). In this publication we summarize the interactions between various marine mammal species and the different
Ethology, the study of animal behavior, is essential for assessing the response of an animal to changes in its environment and insight into potential impacts of human activity on a given population. A behavioral response can either increase an individual’s fitness and lead to success of the species or it can lead to a decrease
Clean, healthy and abundant seas by 2020. This is what European countries are committed to achieve when they adopted the Marine Strategy Framework Directive in 2008. This is what over 180,000 Europeans are asking you to deliver.  With little more than a year until the deadline, all countries of the European Union, including Greece,  are failing
The meeting of the EU Mediterranean Advisory Council for Fisheries (MEDAC) took place this week in Rome. Archipelagos Institute for Marine Conservation, as a member of the Advisory Council is one of only four environmental organisations in the Mediterranean that have the right to vote. The purpose of the meeting was to formulate proposals and
The joint Educational Oceanographic Research Course between the University of Essex, the University of Cardiff and Archipelagos Institute of Marine Conservation was successfully completed in two consecutive periods during September 2018, in the marine region between Samos, Fourni and Ikaria. The multi-diciplinary research that was conducted included: –  the use of cartographic vessel “Okeanos” and