"A documentary about the adventures of water in Greece."
Lynn Boylan (from Irleand) talks about the SOSTE TO NERO meeting in Thessaloniki/Greece. May, 2015
SOSTE TO NEPO (pronounced "soste to nero" in English -- "save the water") and water
"Remunicipalization" can be defined
Greece is a land of rich culture and it has a great historical background. Geographically it’s almost completely surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea with water resources that include mainly
Maria Kadoglou, one of the main activists against the expansion of the mining activities in Chalkidiki - Greece, talks about the local situation regarding the open pit mining activities planned by El
Minery in Greece is as remote as its history; the data for mining activities go as far as 1000 B.C. continuing through time until becoming the second ranked producer of perlite after the
The President of Worker’s Union of EYATH explains the creation of the SOSte TO NEPO movement in response to the attempts of water privatization.
The journalist Maria Triantopoulou talks about the water issues that Aegina Island is facing.
“Water and sanitation has always been the main Key for elections and political parties were using it for decades but no permanent solution has been found yet. The infrastructure project for building a pipe line from Athens to the