Towards a sustainable future for the Mediterranean
A loud message for World Environment Day
A story of theLemnian rural way of life
The identity of places and communities is the result of the interplay between the natural environment and human culture. We view nature and culture as two sides of the same coin.
Traditional knowledge is a living body of collective wisdom sustained and passed on. Our work seeks to link the past with the future and to build the resilience of ecosystems and communities.
Achieving the UN’s SDGs requires solutions that acknowledge the particularity of a given area. Our work supports community cooperation towards sustainable local development.
Freshwater ecosystems are the most endangered ecosystems on the planet. In Europe they are collapsing faster than any other type of natural habitat. One of...
A green podcast on ‘Sto Kokkino 105.5’ FM with the journalist Georgia Anagnou. For approximately 40′, we are talking about the wild rivers of the...
As part of the “Hidden Cultural Identities Reappearing Through Water Networks” (CULTURAL H.ID.RA.N.T) project, MedINA is creating a thematic digital Archive.