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Radio Broadcast

The Cyprus Center for Environmental Research and Education in cooperation with the Radio Channel “Kanali 6” (98,6 FM) of the Holy Church of Limassol daily presents the broadcast “Environment for All”, which deals with environmental issues. The broadcast is organized and presented by the Biologists – Environmentalists Dr. Andreas Hadjichambis and Dr. Demetra Paraskeva-Hadjichambi. The program broadcasts daily (Monday – Friday) at 8:40 a.m and it lasts for 5 minutes.

Below you can find short environmental articles, relating to the presentation of environmental issues.

The species of April 2021

    Name: European green toad Scientific name: Bufotes viridis Family: Bufonidae   Description A characteristic feature of his appearance is the well-developed parotid glands that protrude from his head. The color of the upper surface varies in shades of gray and olive with some darker olive spots and orange spots. The bottom ...

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The species of March 2021

    Name: Christ’s thorn jujube Scientific name: Ziziphus spina-christi Family: Rhamnaceae Description It is an evergreen tree with whitish bark or light brown color. This tree has characteristically rich foliage with its width reaching 4m in a round shape and its height reaching about 14m. The leaves of the ...

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The species of February 2021

  Name: Common cuckoo Scientific name: Cuculus canorus Family: Cuculidae     Description The cuckoo is a medium-sized bird that ranges in length from 32-36 cm, while the wingspan can reach up to 60 cm. It has a long slender body with a long rounded tail and long wings so ...

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The species of January 2021

  Name: Alyssos of Akamas Scientific name: Alyssum akamasicum Family: Cruciferae     Name Rare species and endemic plant of Cyprus. Its name is based on the Akamas area, because its largest population has been identified and recorded in that area. Description It is a perennial plant, with shoots 15-30cm ...

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The species of December 2020

      Name: Chameleon Scientific name: Chamaeleo chamaeleon Family: Chamaeleonidae       Description Its body reaches a total length of 30 cm, is typically flattened and its head is triangular, pyramidal and looks like a helmet from which protrude 3 lobes [1,2,3]. A special feature of the reptile is the ...

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The species of November 2020

    Name: Oriental plane tree Scientific Name: Platinus Orientalis Family: Platanaceae   Description The plane tree is a deciduous tree over 30m tall, with a straight trunk and rich foliage. The bark of this tree is brown and often shows a small degree of exfoliation and sometimes reveals the ...

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Environmental Citizens in Action – Introduction

The program aims to contribute to the empowerment of environmentally responsible citizens through the Pedagogical Approach of Education for Environmental Citizenship. Environmental citizens are the ones who are called upon to adopt environmental attitudes and behaviors, make green choices, increase social participation and enforce their environmental rights and obligations. This ...

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Environmental Citizens in action – Program Description

This one-day program includes the participation of students in a series of activities with theoretical and practical direction and is based on the Pedagogical Approach of Education for Environmental Citizenship. It is organized in such way as to support the understanding of environmental concepts and issues by engaging students in ...

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Envirmental Citizens in Action – Aims

The objectives of the Environmental Education Program “Environmental Citizens in Action” are the students: Negotiate tackling environmental problems. Develop questioning skills through data collection, investigating structural causes, clarifying values. Plan actions through the mapping of the conflict, the exploration of alternatives and the risk assessment of the actions. Choose actions ...

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Environmental Citizenships in Action – Participation

The Environmental Education Programs of the CYCERE are addressed towards all the schools of the Primary and Secondary Education and are provided FREE OF CHARGE. Max students: 30. In some exceptional cases the CYCERE may receive up to 40 students (after agreement with staff of the CYCERE). Information tel. 25954954. Send your application as soon ...

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