It is a special honor for us to participate and present our work, through the Founder of Costa Nostrum Mr. Vassilis Zisimopoulos, in a very important webinar, BIENNALE HABITAT 2020-2022, «The Mediterranean and Coastal Tourism – Current Scenarios and Shaping Future Tourism», about tourism and how it is shaped, according to the new data created by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Coastal ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to natural and human pressures. Sustainable development of coastal and marine-based economic activities requires robust impact assess-ments and coordinated management of multiple interacting resources.
Maintaining a high sense of responsibility regarding our efforts to tackle the global crisis of Covid-19 and its impact on the tourism industry is a special honor for Costa Nostrum to participate in Project FLATOD-19, along with scientists from 4 different Countries.
With a sense of responsibility for the difficult conditions prevailing worldwide, due to the pandemic of the corona virus Covid-19 and bearing in mind the situation that citizens and visitors are expected to face this year’s special summer season, we wrote a series of measures for the operation of public and privately managed by hotel units, beaches.
The launch of a highly constructive collaboration between Costa Nostrum and the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research Institute of Oceanography took place on Tuesday, February 4, 2020. The presentation took place at the Crete Aquarium.