Within the framework of hosting children for the summer holidays, 123 children from the organizations the “Children’s Village SOS” from Vari, the “Child’s Smile” and the “Arc of the World”, were hosted last summer at the late Maria P. Tsakos’ house.
This project was warmly embraced by local community, was graced with great success and offered […]
Within the context of sustaining maritime tradition and at the Foundations special request a 1950s original Ship Radio Station was identified & donated to the Foundation, by the Ministry of Mercantile Marine. The Foundation undertook to completely reconstruct it and the Ship Radio Station was positioned in the Foundation premises as an educational exhibit.
The European Conference of Botanical Gardens was held at the Foundation’s premises. The participants in this event were experts from a diversified range of European Countries.
Christos S. Zerefos was born in Cairo, Egypt and graduated in Physics from the University of Athens and then with received a MSc in Meteorology and a Ph.D. in Physics-Meteorology, from the University of Athens. He served as a Post Doctoral researcher, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and other Research Institutions in Greece and […]Read More
Mr Karamitsos is acting Deputy Director General and Director within the Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) of the European Commission.
His Directorate is responsible for the development and follow-up of the implementation of Maritime transport policy, maritime safety, environmental protection, as well as logistics, land transport and passenger rights.
He has also been responsible […]
Dr. Kjerfve serves as the President of the World Maritime University (WMU) since 2009 in his native country, Sweden. WMU is a UN postgraduate maritime university established by the International Maritime Organization in 1983. He is the former Dean of the College of Geosciences and Professor of Oceanography at Texas A&M University, 2004-2009. While at […]Read More