Cyprus is entering the ‘green era’ by introducing a host of incentives to encourage and reward shipowners who opt for lower emissions by their vessels or use alternative drives, such as dual-fuel
It was predicted that 2020 would be the year of the flying car, a cashless society, economic recovery, and a greener, cleaner environment. Instead, we are still learning to wash our hands
Cyprus is laying plans to introduce a railway network to connect major towns while also favouring a tram system to ease urban congestion to buffer climate change. In September, Transport Minister Yiannis
Omonia Nicosia’s New York-based Cypriot investor Stavros Papastavrou is seeing his investment in the club starting to pay off, as it will yield a minimum €1.7 mln from its participation in Europe.
Coronavirus and shutting down businesses as a result of the lockdown imposed to stem the outbreak is a great opportunity for a Green reboot of Cyprus’ economy and society. Experts and stakeholders