27rd Issue

27rd Issue In-On pdf

Table of Contents

Cross cultural dialog
Promoting culture and inter cultural dialog, the dissemination of education, enhancement in science and the promotion of communication with respect to the values of each culture, constitute the cornerstones of UNESCO.    (Article)
 Cretan Geoparks in UNESCO
“The Samaria Gorge and the wider region of the Lefka Ori (White Mountains) belong to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, while Mt. Psiloritis and the area of Sitia are considered UNESCO ‘s geoparks,” underlined in an interview to In -On magazine  Mr. Stavros Arnaoutakis, Regional Governor of Crete.    (Article)

Rare flora in the Samaria Gorge
Samaria is the most significant gorge of Greece. “There is only one  gorge! all the others are simply canyons!”, says a local Sfakian – and of course he means the Samaria Gorge, whose uniqueness is both nationally  and globally recognized and it is reported in the book of the National Forest Management Agency of Samaria, Prefecture of Chania.    (Article)
 Tourism increase in Crete
“Crete plays a leading role, with tourism increases above the average  in Greece and in 2017 we expect it to reach  10% and 4.5 million international arrivals,” stressed Elena Koundoura, Minister of Tourism in an interview to In-On magazine.    (Article)

Innovation and reactions
By George Atsalakis, Assistant Professor – Economist School of Polytechnics of Crete, Data Analysis Laboratory and Prediction.   (Article)

Traditional businesses:

Therapeutic ecological herbs
“The cultivation of the herbs that are sold in Greece and abroad is ecological,” Vangelis Papasifis, the owner of an agricultural company underlined in an interview to “In-On” magazine.    (Article)

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