On this journey, you will reconnect with island living. Eutuxia will learn more about the vulnerable birds population in Crete, she will travel using the public transports and discover an innovative solution to avoid food waste in hotels. She will show you how tourism and sustainability are not opposites, but work best hand-in-hand.
Eutuxia Prantalou's position
The LIFE Natura 2000 Value Crete project aims to support conservation efforts targeting Natura 2000 sites in Crete by motivating the public to participate in relevant decision-making processes and by highlighting the socio-economic damage that will result from biodiversity loss in Crete.
The Food for Feed project aims to evaluate the safe transformation of source separated food wastes, mainly from hotels, into animal feed, utilising an altered solar, low emissions, drying process.
The LIFE Bonelli eastMed Project's overall objective is to ensure the long-term favourable conservation status for the species’ interconnected local populations, through the establishment and operation of the East Mediterranean Bonelli’s Eagle Network.
The city of Rethymnon encourages tourists and residents to choose public transport for their trips. By improving public transport services, the city aims to reduce circulation of private cars and traffic congestion during peak months, to reduce air pollution, and to increase the accessibility and attractiveness of Rethymnon as a tourist destination.
Through the REPLACE project, Delights of Crete (DoC) cluster aims at promoting the Cretan diet and its products while encouraging the respect for the environment and the cultural heritage.
GEO-IN wants to popularise geotourism and other forms of sustainable tourism in Greece. This EU-funded project focuses on promoting and safeguarding both natural and cultural heritage sites so that they can be enjoyed by the generations to come.