Networks - Cooperation Programmes

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Participation in Networks and Cooperative Programs:

In this unit is presented information related to
a) the networks in which our company actively participates at the moment, and
b) the most important co-operations which have been implemented in the frames of several programs

Participation in Networks:
a)    European Geoparks Network
b)    Global Geoparks Network of UNESCO
c)    Network of Insular regions of Greece (Greek islands) – “Nisson Periplous”

Co-operations in the frames of several programs
a)    Transnational Co-operation for agro-tourism – Mednet Network – Leader II
b)    Transnational Co-operation titled: “Local Commercial Sign of Quality for improved goods and services - ARGANTONIO”
c)    Transnational Co-operation titled “Geoparks: An ideal destination for the development of alternative tourism and educational activities in rural regions around Europe”

Participation in Networks:
European Geoparks Network:
The European Geoparks Network is constituted at the moment by 35 regions (members of the Network) where altogether work for the maintenance and appointment of their geological heritage, through completed action for the sustainable development of their regions.  The Network was created aiming to the protection, appointment and promotion of the geological, natural and cultural heritage of the rural regions of Europe, by developing and promoting educational and geo-touristic activities with high quality of specifications.
All members are evaluated after four-year action from experts of the Network and some other International Organizations, aiming to the guarantee of high quality characteristics for each region.  All the members of the European Geoparks Network are also members of the Global Geoparks Network of UNESCO.

Following are named the 35 members of the European Geoparks Network:
1.    Réserve Géologique de Haute Provence – FRANCE
2.    Vulkaneifel European Geopark – GERMANY
3.    Petrified Forest of Lesvos – GREECE
4.     Maestrazgo Cultural Park - Aragon, SPAIN
5.    Psiloritis Nature Park – GREECE
6.    Terra Vita Nature Park – GERMANY
7.    Copper Coast Geopark- IRELAND
8.    Marble Arch Caves European Geopark- NORTHERN IRELAND, UK
9.    Madonie Geopark – ITALY
10.    Rocca di Cerere – ITALY
11.    Nature Park Steirische Eisenwurzen – AUSTRIA
12.    Nature Park Bergstrasse Odenwald – GERMANY
13.    North Pennines AONB - ENGLAND, UK
14.    Park Naturel Régional du Luberon – FRANCE
15.    North West Highlands - SCOTLAND, UK
16.    Geopark Swabian Albs – GERMANY
17.    Geopark Harz Braunschweiger Land Ostfalen Geopark - GERMANY
18.    Hateg Country Dinosaurs Geopark – ROMANIA
19.    Beigua Geopark – ITALY
20.    Fforest Fawr Geopark - WALES, UK
21.    Bohemian Paradise Geopark - CZECH REPUBLIC
22.    Cabo de Gata - Nijar Nature Park - Andalucia, SPAIN
23.    Naturtejo Geopark – PORTUGAL
24.    Sierras Subbeticas Nature Park - Andalucia, SPAIN
25.    Sobrarbe Geopark - Aragon, SPAIN
26.    Gea Norvegica – NORWAY
27.    Geological, Mining Park of Sardinia – ITALY
28.    Papuk Geopark – CROATIA
29.    Lochaber Geopark - SCOTLAND, UK
30.    English Riviera Geopark - ENGLAND, UK
31.    Adamello - Brenta Nature Park – ITALY
32.    Geo Mon - WALES, UK
33.    Arouca Geopark – PORTUGAL
34.    Shetland Geopark - SCOTLAND, UK
35.    Chelmos - Vouraikos - GREECE   

Global Geoparks Network of UNESCO
The Global Geoparks Network was created by UNESCO in 2004 aiming to the promotion of protection of the geological heritage and geo-tourism all-around the world. 

Psiloritis Unesco Global Geopark



Psiloritis Geopark Repository

Activities of the development organization of the area of mountain of psiloritis in Crete.
Phone Phone :+302834031606, +302834031793