ISOTECH’s ISO 14001:2015 Certification Renewed!

Environmental protection is at the core of ISOTECH’s philosophy, and we strive towards the continuous reduction of our environmental footprint. We are therefore very happy to announce that we have received our renewed certificates from IQ NET and CYS, for ISO 14001:2015. ISOTECH implements the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System for: – Applied environmental research […]

ISOTECH will facilitate a Stakeholders’ Workshop on Sea Lever Rise in Lefkada on the 27th of September

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Isotech in collaboration with PED IN is organising on the 27th of September, a stakeholders’ Participatory Workshop in Lefkada to discuss about Sea Lever Rise and how the phenonomenon is affecting vulnerable areas of the island. Several key actors and decision makers from the local area have been invited and will be asked to identify […]

Cypriot Workshop on Measures to Address the Impacts of Sea Level Rise Successfully Completed

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The first of a series of three workshops involving key actors in a participatory process resulting in the determination and ranking of measures to address the impacts of sea level rise was successfully completed today in Nicosia, Cyprus. Today’s workshop, implemented by ISOTECH within the framework of the SaveMedCoasts project, was co-organised by the Technical […]

Xenia Loizidou in C4E’s “Entrepreneurs in Residence” Programme

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The Centre for Entrepreneurship of the University of Cyprus announced its Fall 2018 “Entrepreneurs in Residence” programme. “Entrepreneurs in Residence” (EIR)  focuses on mentorship and networking and seeks to inspire students, researchers and faculty, to learn from and connect with eminent innovators and entrepreneurs. ISOTECH’s Xenia I. Loizidou, will be one of the four Entrepreneurs […]

Persistent marine litter: small plastics and cigarette butts remain on beaches after organized beach cleanups

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Volume 190: 414 Abstract Cyprus is an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean whose economy is largely dependent on coastal tourism. It boasts some of the cleanest waters in Europe and has the largest number of Blue Flag awarded beaches per capita in the world. These beaches are managed by […]

Urban Waste Project: Guide to Recycling and Waste APP

Nicosia Municipality has prepared a Guide to Recycling describing the frequency and collection method of each waste stream aiming to promote the sustainable development of the city and facilitate the provision of upgraded services to the citizens. You can also check out the WasteApp in Greek and English, which is a simple mobile application for responsible […]

The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones) for coastal hazard for the SAVEMEDCOASTS project

A short video of the SAVEMEDCOASTS project has been prepared, explaining the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones) for coastal hazard. It is an overview on drones technology, aerial photogrammetry and their applications on selected test sites of the Italian coastal area, studied in the framework of the project. You can check out the video […]

Xenia I. Loizidou: a “Shot of Inspiration”

Our Director, Xenia I. Loizidou, will lead the 10th meeting in Cyta’s “Shots of Inspiration” series, on Friday 27 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 am, Cyta Central Offices Amphitheater. The meeting will centre around “Innovation, Biomimetics and the Fun theory”, with Xenia presenting disruptive proposals for professional success, stemming from personal freedom and inspiration from nature. Join us for […]

A new paper on marine litter on Cypriot beaches published in Springer’s Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

We are thrilled to announce that Xenia I. Loizidou, Michael I. Loizides and Demetra L. Orthodoxou have just published a new paper titled “Persistent marine litter: small plastics and cigarette butts remain on beaches after organized beach cleanups” in the peer reviewed journal “Environmental Monitoring and Assessment”.  The paper presents findings from cleanups that were organized over […]

Isotech took part at the third technical meeting of the SAVEMEDCOASTS project in Rome on the 11th of June

SAVEMEDCOASTS partners got together in Rome to discuss the current results and outputs of the project and decide on next steps. During the meeting representatives of the organisations involved, presented the state of the art of their activities including the WebGIS platform for map visualization and sea level rise scenarios along the Mediterranean coasts. ISOTECH’s […]