The most serious threats to nature and biodiversity in Cyprus are the effects of climate change, land use change, invasive species, illegal hunting, long drought periods and forest fires.

Residential development, infrastructure, tourism and quarrying are among the most serious threats that ecosystems are facing today – read more from the EEA Europa website here and the Cyprus Department of the Environment here.

And click on the image below to see what one local company is doing in Cyprus to help improve the environment and to help save our planet for future generations.

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A message from St John Coombes, Chairman CRPG

Our Queen, Queen Elizabeth II Born 21 April 1926 died 08 September 2022 It is with a profound sense of loss that I write today. All of us who have looked toward the Queen as a role model, will express our gratitude to her, for her demonstration of unyielding duty,...

Queen Elizabeth II

The news that the Queen Elizabeth II had died was announced by Buckingham Palace 08th September 2022. On Monday, The Queen, who was staying at Balmoral, had overseen the smooth transition of parliamentary power, the resignation of the outgoing Prime minister Boris...

Police issue tips to prevent burglaries ahead of summer exodus

With the peak holiday season coming up, police on Saturday issued advice on how best to protect homes from burglaries. “During the summer period, many people may be away from their residence either for vacations or for a one-day trip, looking for some coolness on the...

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