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ENVETI Environmental Education and Technology Integration is a UNDP-ACT funded project
that improves pedagogical understanding of how different aspects of peace and
reconciliation, including emotional and social dimensions, can be promoted through
environmental education and technology integration. A major outcome of the project
was the creation of modules and lesson plans on the above issues.
CONNECT2EARTH A global community that promotes environmental awareness through various means

CYMEPA
The Cyprus Marine Environment Protection Association has been formed with the
initiative of the International Shipping Community of Cyprus with the support of the
Commercial Community of the island. CYMEPA is an autonomous, not-for-profit
organization funded solely by its members.
The principal aim of CYMEPA is to encourage and actively assist effective efforts to
prevent all forms of pollution of the sea. The Association also helps seafarers and
executives to be more aware of safety and the protection of the marine environment.
CYMEPA also initiates environmental projects and operates extensive public
awareness campaigns, giving priority to environmental education of Schoolchildren.
WEAREWHATWEDO
We Are What We Do is a movement. Our aim is inspire people to use their everyday
actions to change the world. Whoever they are. And wherever they are. And that
includes you.
We live by the maxim small actions X lots of people = big change. It's not rocket
science but it does work.
EUROPA (1) This is the main website for the Environment in the European Union
EUROPA (2) Link to a booklet of the European Union presenting environmental issues in the EU
ECOSCHOOLS In this site, you will find out about the Eco-Schools programme generally, and links
and contacts of national programmes. You can discover about some of the projects,
and the Partners and Sponsors which help make it happen. There are news and
newsletters, and a special area for schools, with ideas, projects, art and other
submissions sent in by Eco-Schools.
OIKOLOGOS The link provides information for an Ecological Magazine with information on nature,
environment and ecological politics.
IPCC The website of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the reports
the scientists have produced
UNDP-ACT UNDP-ACT's website with environmental related information for Cyprus
UNDP Cyprus Environmental Directory prepared by UNDP in 2005 that includes
environmental NGOs in Cyprus
EPAEDIA The European Environment Agency has been delivering information on Europe's
environment to politicians, scientists and the general public for more than a decade,
mainly in the traditional form of a report. In order to make full use of the internet's
interactive possibilities, the EEA has developed an environmental encyclopaedia;
known as "Epaedia".
Within Epaedia you will find easy-to-read texts, footage and interactive animations as
well as interviews with experts, to make environmental subjects easier to understand.
Epaedia will continue to be developed further over the coming years, to reflect
information produced by the EEA.
ESC The Environmental Studies Centre (ESC) is located in a restored primary school in the
village of Kritou Terra, which is on the Laona plateau within the proposed Akamas
National Park at the western tip of the island of Cyprus.

Four more Environmental Education Centres exist (without websites): The Pedoulas
Environmental Education Centre, The Troodos Visitor Centre, The Akrotiri
Environmental Education and Information Centre, The Athalassa Environmental
Information Centre, The Cyprus Centre of Environmental Research and Education.
K12 Interactive educational modules featuring data and concepts from meteorology and
space science from "Live from Earth and Mars"
TEMPERATURE The webpage provides information and links to other resources about temperature.

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