Archipelagos’ work focuses on a combination of multi-disciplinary scientific research with efficient conservation work, in which the local communities share an active part through communication, participation and sharing knowledge. This work creates a strategic foundation that enables and strengthens Archipelagos’ campaigns at a local, national and EU level, to defend the rich biodiversity of the eastern Mediterranean from the impacts increasingly threatening it.

Archipelagos aims to conserve the island fauna, with a particular focus on endangered species such as chameleons, jackals, bats and birds as well as island flora, focusing on the rare island forests and freshwater habitats. The continued development of the Aegean Seed Safe ensures the preservation of rapidly disappearing local varieties of agricultural plants against pollution and human impact assessments, and the management of priority habitats.

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