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  • Iterative Questionnaire – Opinion Survey on Bats and Caves [Action D3]

    LIFE GRECABAT conducts iterative social-environmental research on the attitudes of stakeholders and citizens towards bats, caves, cave organisms and other underground roosting sites.

    The research concerns the quantitative and qualitative assessment of attitudes and behaviors.

    The questionnaire is addressed to five different groups:

  • LIFE GRECABAT project on the Portuguese RTP TV

    The reportage by the journalist Pedro Pinto of the public Portuguese television station RTP, was aired on December 10, 2023, while the filming took place in mid-October 2023 in Crete by the journalist and his cameraman, who were guided by the LIFE GRECABAT researchers into the caves’ world, collecting information regarding the actions and the project’s results so far. In addition, Mr.

  • Successful Organization of a Two-Day Educational Activities workshop of the LIFE GRECABAT Project in Kleitoria
    The LIFE GRECABAT Project (LIFE17NAT/GR/000522) " Greek Caves and Bats: Management Actions and Change of Attitude" and the Center for Environmental Education (CEE) of Kleitoria-Akrata successfully co-organized a two-day workshop for the LIFE GRECABAT project’s educational activities, with the theme: "Environmental Education for the Hidden Greek Nature". The workshop was held on November 22 and 23, 2023 at the premises of CEE of Kleitoria-Akrata, in Kleitoria. The two-day workshop was addressed to the area’s Primary and High School teachers and students.
  • Participation in the 3rd BALKAN SPELEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE and a "repatriation"...

    Kaloust Paragamian, Director of the HELLENIC INSTITUTE OF SPELEOLOGICAL RESEARCH and cave habitat expert of LIFE GRECABAT, participated in the 3rd Balkan Conference of Speleology, in Sofia, where he gave a presentation on the Maronia Cave, focusing on its biodiversity, its importance and the challenges for its management.

  • The Portuguese TV in Crete for LIFE GRECABAT

    In mid-October we welcomed in Crete the journalist of the Portuguese public television RTP, Mr. Pedro Pinto, with his cameraman, who were guided by the LIFE GRECABAT researchers in the world of caves, collecting information about the actions and the results of the project so far. In addition, Mr.