The 2020 Posidonia exhibition is on course to see record numbers of exhibitors and visitors this summer, serving the Greek shipping industry.
In Athens, tourism decision-makers are poised to turn Greece tourism into a Florida clone. Key leaders want investment to double visitors.
September 20 – 27, millions of people concerned about the massive effects of climate change will walk out of workplaces and homes. Join them.
Coming up in Heraklion June 24th and 25th, the ADAPTtoCLIMATE Conference will focus on the adaptation of the agricultural sector to climate change.
According to a new scientific study, Athens will be the worst hit of all European capitals where future droughts and heatwaves are concerned. Researchers at Newcastle University sourced all the available climate models (based on three scenarios) in order to predict how weather patterns will evolve for some 571 European cities between 2050 and 2100.
Hurricane Sandy cut a scar into seaside communities along the New Jersey coast in October 2o12, and only now are some beach communities emerging with a prosperous touristic outlook for Summer 2014. However positive the tide may have turned for Jersey shore communities though, the sustainability of Atlantic coastline beach communities is endangered by sea […]
Here in Germany it’s cold, unseasonably cold. Spring has been and it almost gone and each morning we awake to a chill house, go to work in the cold rain, enter damp and cool offices. In France, just across the border, businesses from farming to tourism are feeling the pain of what may be the next Ice Age.
One of the world’s most magnificent hotels, Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands played host to Sir Richard Branson for a meetup of his Carbon War Room.
200 meters above ground at the Sands SkyPark. The media was invited to a press conference with Branson and other executives this week.
For the geographer or climatologist among you out there, Google has helped develop a fascinating time-lapse view of our planet. Just released today, the stunning perspective via Google Earth, and in collaboration with Time, NASA, and the USGS, offers the most comprehensive view of our planet over time ever.