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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.

Awards for 2017-2018

The Cyprus Center for Environmental Research and Education CYCERE of the Holy Metropolis of Limassol awards for the fourth consecutive year the “Student Award CYCERE for the Environment” for the school year 2017 – 2018. The prize is awarded to students of the last grade, who showed the greatest action ...

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The species of July 2018

  Name: Νatrix natrix Scientific name: Νatrix natrix cypriaca Family: Colubridae     Description The length of its body does not exceed 1m, while the female is slightly larger than the male. There are three distinctive colour variants in Cyprus. The most common is gray, light yellow to dark brown, ...

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2nd Pancyprian Student Conference “Young Researchers for the Environment”

The Cyprus Center for Environmental Research and Education (CYCERE) of the Holy Metropolis of Limassol organizes the 2nd Pancyprian Student Primary Education Conference “Young Researchers for the Environment”. The conference is also supported by the following partners: • Research Team of Environmental Education of the University of Cyprus • School ...

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The species of June 2018

Scientific Name: Eucalyptus Family: Myrtaceae     Description Eucalyptus trees are evergreen trees that belong to the Myrtaceae family. The are more than 700 species, almost all are native to Australia. Eucalyptus trees are estimated to have existed on the planet for 35 to 50 million years. The name of ...

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1st European Science Cafe: “The importance of Environmental Citizenship”

The Cyprus Centre of Environmental Research and Education (CY.C.E.R.E.) invites you to the 1st European Science Café of ENEC Cost Action, during which a discussion will be held about “The importance of Environmental Citizenship”.  The Science Café will take place in Saturday, 28th of April 2018, at 18.00 a.m., at ...

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The species of April 2018

Common Name: Tulip of Akamas Scientific Name: Tulipa akamasica Family: Liliaceae     Description It is an upright, bulbous plant that reaches a maximum height of 30 cm. It has a flowering stem green below and on the upper half it has flower solitary, bright red, with black basal blotch bordered ...

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The species of March 2018

Common Name: Barn swallow Scientific name: Hirundo rustica Family: Hirundinidae     Description It is the most famous species of swallow in Cyprus. It has as its main features a black-brown plumage and a long scissortail. His neck is reddish, a feature that distinguishes it from the rest of his family. ...

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European Success and Discrimination of MASS

The program MASS “Motivate and Attract Students to Science: Sharing best practices in the use of attractive and effective tools and methods of science” has been selected as a “success story” by a panel of experts from the Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission. “Success ...

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Publication: Attitudes and behaviours of adolescents towards antibiotics and self-care for respiratory tract infections: a qualitative study

Meredith KD Hawking,1,2 Donna M Lecky, Pia Touboul Lundgren, Eman Aldigs, Hind Abdulmajed, Eleni Ioannidou, Demetra Paraskeva-Hadjichambi, Pauline Khouri, Micaela Gal, Andreas Ch. Hadjichambis, Demetrios Mappouras, Cliodna AM McNulty Abstract Background To understand attitudes and behaviours of adolescents towards antibiotics, antimicrobial resistance and respiratory tract infections. Design Qualitative approach informed ...

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