Mediterranean Centre of Environment

Discovering rural greece

Promoting local products

The Mediterranean Centre of Environment is a non-profit civil society set up in 1992 by a Franco Greek team aiming to promote the development of human activity taking into account the environment and the culture of the Mediterranean and the Balkans.

Alternative Routes in Greece

Opening the doors to a lovely hosting country and to new (and curious) encounters

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Mediterranean Centre of Environment

Strengthening transnational partnerships towards local sustainable development

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Epignosi – Learning & Training

Sensitizing youth, learning to learn and developing capacity in Greece and abroad

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EU Projects

Years of experience

 

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Our new Erasmus+ project on organic Chestnut!
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Our new Erasmus+ project on organic Chestnut!

Engaging Youth
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Engaging Youth

Youth is a main public target of the Mediterranean Centre of Environment. Since 1992, the MCE involves young people in almost all its projects for the promotion and preservation of the Euro-mediterranean natural and cultural heritage.

Through training and volunteering, the MCE wants to provide young people with a transnational, human and professional experience.

One of our main action is the setting up and the coordination of international multi-disciplinary workshops for young people – the European Campuses for the Environment and Local Heritage.

Call for participation – Transnational Training & Creative Workshop for Young People
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Call for participation – Transnational Training & Creative Workshop for Young People

Rural Heritage: from discovery to action!
12th – 17th June 2017, L’Isle sur la Sorgue, France.

 
Are you interested in discovering natural, cultural and historical heritage in Provence ?
Would you like to learn how to attract people to be involved in their rural  heritage ?
Do you want to discover how to pass down your knowledge to different kind of audiences?
Do you want to be involved in a local community project?

The project YCARHe organizes a transnational workshop to boost your knowledge about heritage and to support your personal development and civic engagement.

Learn more and apply to the workshop Rural Heritage: from discovery to action! 12th – 17th June 2017, L’Isle sur la Sorgue, France.

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