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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.

Vegetable gardens: Reflection, Collaboration, 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. ...

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President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Nikos Anastasiadis

Reverend bishop, representative of the Metropolitan of Limassol Mr. Athanasiou, ladies and gentlemen, dear friends It is really a pleasure to attend the awards of Green City and Green Community of Cyprus for 2017. A process that goes beyond the moral reward dimension, reflects the collective effort to upgrade the environment and ...

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Urban gardens: Green corners in our city – Introduction

CYCERE establishes the new Environmental Education Program “Urban gardens: Green corners in our city” aiming at the development, improvement, environmental upgrading and educational use of gardens in schools and towns. Through this program, the cultivation of research skills through in situs observations, the conceptual understanding and the environmental awareness of students ...

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Urban gardens: Green corners in our city – Description of the program

Program description This program is performed within the school premises or in the surrounding area and it involves CYCERE’s Environmental Educators visiting the school unit periodically as to provide information and guidance for developing the urban garden. It is organised in such a way as to support the understanding of ...

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Urban gardens: Green corners in our city – Aims of the program

The aims of the Environmental Education Program: “Urban gardens: Green corners in our city” are: Students to: Discover plant species appropriate for planting in a garden. Develop appropriate soil for planting their plants. Act individually and in groups as to conserve and maintain their garden. Develop environmental consciousness as to continue ...

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Urban gardens: Green corners in our city – 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. ...

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Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew

Theophilite Bishop of Amathounta, in the Holy Spirit beloved Brother, mister Nikolaos, Chairman of the Cyprus Centre for Environmental Research and Education, grace to Him and mercy of our Lord Almighty. If whatever was created by our Heavenly Father and Creator is good, our small planet Earth on which He ...

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Tracer Readers: Mystery at the lake – Introduction

The New Environmental Education Program “Trace Readers: Mystery at the lake” consists an innovative EEP that integrates location-aware Augmented Reality (AR) technologies. This program has been developed at the Department of Communication and Internet Studies, at Cyprus University of Technology. During the activities of the program students can interact with the ...

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Tracer Readers: Mystery at the lake – Description of the program

    According to the program, the students work in groups of two as to research an environmental issue associated to the reduction of the Mallard population of the Despotic Lake.  Specifically, the students are transformed into “Tracers” and aim at collecting information and data from different digital characters and ...

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Tracer Readers: Mystery at the lake – Aims of the program

The aims of the Environmental Education Program “The secrets of the lake” are aiming at students to: Learn and get familiarized with concepts related with the water and a lake wetland ecosystem. Study the abiotic factors and different forms of life that exist within and around the Bishops Pool. Identify the ...

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