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ACADEMICS from the Cyprus University of Technology (TEPAK) sent a letter to the agricultural and environment ministry suggesting that property belonging to the government and the church be used to plant fruit and vegetables for community markets and to create jobs for the unemployed.Demetris Tsaltas, Agricultural Microbiology and Biotechnology, Ioannis Papastylianou, Special Scientist in production systems and Fotis Papadimas, lecturer in dairy science sent the letter early last week and are awaiting a reply... 4 comments
AT THE environment commissioner’s office, staffed by the commissioner himself, a secretary and the odd volunteer, parents - usually mothers - have been asking whether studies related to the environment might boost their children’s career prospects.“It is very interesting how much the number of young people who want to study something related to the environment has climbed,” environment commissioner Charalambos Theopemptou said. Academic departments at the University of Cyprus (UCY) and the Technological University of Cyprus (TEPAK) have also confirmed a growing interest in fields relating to the environment... Read on