Natural archives reveal climate history and more...


The Navarino Environmental Obdevatory has produced the second documentary about NEO activities, focusing on past climate and more...

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Students from all over the world meet in Greece for educational activities

 

 

The Navarino Environmental Obdevatory has produced the first documentary about NEO activities, focusing on education 

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NEO Inauguration – The Story so far

The Inauguration of NEO Research Station was held in Navarino Dunes, Costa Navarino, Messinia, Greece between 26th–28th October 2012.

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A dream come true

The Stockholm University has produced a third film about NEO

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Field Studies in Greece

The Mediterranean area faces considerable environmental and climatic challenges in the coming decades.

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NEO Inaugurated

The research station NEO in Messinia, south-western Greece, is now being inaugurated!

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Field Trip in Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology

Join us, as a teaching team guides the first group of students from Stockholm University to visit NEO in Messinia in southern Greece.

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Karin Holmgren in Kapsia Cave

The Director of NEO, Prof. Karin Holmgren introduces TF1 crew to Kapsia cave and her own research topic

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(in French)

Stockholm University is part of a unique Greek-Swedish research collaboration

Stockholm University is part of a unique Greek-Swedish research collaboration between industry and academia on environment and climate in the Mediterranean.

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A short film about Navarino Environmental Observatory (NEO) in the Greek region of Messinia.

"The Mediterranean is a highly populated region and also the region where there is fairly universal agreement that climate change will be substantial. It is the one and only region on the planet where everybody agrees [..] that it is likely to become hotter and drier", says Professor Johan Kleman.

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