We all know of the importance of the Akamas Peninsula as one of the last remaining natural coastal areas in Cyprus, and of the development threat it faces. We bring you the latest developments, answering the ‘most frequently asked’ questions of recent months.
Πρόσφατες περιπτώσεις παράτυπων και προβληματικών διαδικασιών για την περιβαλλοντική αξιολόγηση έργων κοντά σε προστατευόμενες περιοχές υποσκάπτουν την πρόοδο που έχει γίνει τα τελευταία χρόνια.
These past few days, Paralimni Lake has been ‘mysteriously’ losing a significant
Brussels may have just sent Nicosia a warning over inadequate protection of
The ‘voice’ of almost 2500 citizens saying no to the new Pafos-Polis
Ezousa Valley is a unique Natura 2000 site and one of the
News of the Ministerial Council approving a framework for financial support of
At a time when nature is facing an unprecedented crisis, states now
Swimming, sunbathing, watersports, you name it. Lady’s Mile is by far the
BirdLife Cyprus expresses deep concerns about a concert scheduled to take place
22 March 1986: A group of conservationists visits Akamas Peninsula, one of
Between the heaps of pessimistic and grim news about nature and the
Requesting what should be self-evident about the most important nesting beach for Caretta caretta in Cyprus
The Natura 2000 beach “Polis-Gialia” is considered the most important nesting beach
As we are heading towards 2020, we are approaching the deadline to
Climate change is one of the most important threats the planet is
Ηow many of us have truly explored this site, its natural, cultural and traditional aspects? And why are we now worried about its preservation?
BirdLife Cyprus is outraged by the latest developments on the Zakaki Casino,
The Sea Caves area in Peyia, one of the most spectacular natural
In light of the tragic fire events that broke out over the
Seven Griffon Vultures Gyps fulvus met a tragic end, three of which
Hundreds of Cypriot citizens and tourists have been flocking to Larnaka Salt