The Travel of Tomorrow

The Travel of Tomorrow


 Dear Traveler,

I truly hope that you are well and in good spirit.

As Greece slowly but steadily begins to ease its restrictions to travelers, we feel the sense of excitement and new possibilities. Waking up from hibernation, or as a butterfly that spreads its beautiful wings for the first time. There is hope and the dream of travel is alive again.

However, as we had the time to reflect, to go inwards and to ponder for days and...

P@S NEW BI-MONTHLY ‘Don’t Cure, Prevent!’ Circular 04/2020

P@S  NEW BI-MONTHLY  ‘Don’t Cure, Prevent!’ Circular 04/2020

We hope you enjoy reading our new ”Don’t Cure, Prevent” bi-monthly Circular April 2020 edition.

To view the Circular (e-book) click here.

To download the Circular (.pdf) please follow the link.

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The Largest Offshore Wind Project In The United States Will Use Siemens Gamesa Turbines

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This project will house the latest Siemens Gamesa offshore turbinevariant that has the capacity to produce up to 15 MW with a 222 meter rotor. The exact number of turbinesto deploy is subject to the final conditions of the project site.

All turbineinstallations are expected to be completed by 2026. The agreement is subject to certain conditions, including Dominion Energy’s final investment...

Are The Beaches Scary Again 200 Years Later?

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In 1820 the new King George IV of England popularized the idea of ​​going to the coast to rest and enjoy the sea, when before it was seen as a territory of smugglers, epidemics and sea monsters.

Oddly enough, the beaches have always aroused real terror in humans. We are not referring to those who saw the movie “Shark” in 1975 and refused to go to the coast that summer, but to something much more arcane. In the third circle of hell, Dante...

Memorandum of Cooperation between HELMEPA and the Ionian Islands Region

Dr. George Gratsos with Governor Rodi Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou during the signing of the MoC

Memorandum of Cooperation between HELMEPA and the Ionian Islands Region

With the aim to jointly promote educational and information sharing cooperation in the fields of Marine Environment Protection and Maritime Safety, HELMEPA and the Region of Ionian Islands have undertaken a specific initiative.

The agreement was formalized on Monday, May 25th, by signing a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Governor of...

VIDEO: Maersk and DFDS join partnership aiming for industrial-scale sustainable fuel production

Shipowners A.P. Moller – Maersk and DFDS have joined a Danish partnership that plans to develop an industrial-scale production facility in the Copenhagen area to produce sustainable fuels for maritime, road and air transportation. The other project partners include Copenhagen Airports, DSV Panalpina, SAS and Ørsted.

“Decarbonizing the transport sector is a significant and complex task that requires collaborative contributions from every company, organization, and country,” says Søren Skou, CEO,...

Scientists call for immediate EU action to protect dolphins and porpoises following NGO request

Scientists call for immediate EU action to protect dolphins and porpoises following NGO request

Scientists from the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) have published landmark advice today, warning the European Commission that immediate action is needed to protect two critically vulnerable marine species.

A group of NGOs has welcomed the move, which came in response to their major intervention last year.

ICES has urged the Commission to introduce emergency measures,...