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AKTI Project and Research Centre is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation based in Nicosia, Cyprus. It was established in 2000 by a group of experts in environmental issues and has succeeded today to create an extensive network of collaborators and volunteers for raising environmental awareness and promoting sustainable development.

Areas of Work

Applied Environmental

AKTI implements environmental research based on the Cyprus’s context, scale and particularities aiming to provide answers and tangible solutions to the island’s environmental challenges. It also transfers good practices that are applied abroad and pilot tests while adjusting them to the Cyprus needs.

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Environmental Education and Vocational Training

AKTI promotes and supports the construction of a knowledge based society with active mobilised citizens. It collaborates with schools, Universities and local authorities in various initiatives including environmental education and awareness raising activities focusing on specific issues that are of particular relevance and interest to the Cyprus society such as water saving, recycling, biodiversity, etc.

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Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)

AKTI has been actively engaged in Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM), a process for the management of coasts using an integrated approach, regarding all aspects of the coastal zone, including geographical and political boundaries, in an attempt to achieve sustainability.

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Public Outreach and

AKTI disseminates information on environmental issues through e-mails, workshops, publications in scientific journals, local newspapers and broadcasts in traditional and social media. AKTI implements various environmental and awareness raising campaigns. It also owns a library specialized in environmental end coastal issues.

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What's New

AdvocaCY’s first co-creation café

AdvocaCY’s first co-creation café, took place on 24th September 2023, at 10:00, at Kormakitis Centre for Cooperation – KCC, with the participation of stakeholders from smaller and larger CSOs, NGOs and informal groups, from across the island. During the co-creation café participants had the opportunity  to exchange ideas and best practices for capacity building on sustainability…


Successful completion of the first #SEALIVE knowledge transfer event in Croatia!

The event “Biobased Plastics for Marine and Terrestrial Applications: Exhibition, Knowledge Transfer & Workshop” under the “SEALIVE” project was successfully completed on the 26/09/2023 at Love Bar in Dubrovnik, with the attendance of 62 participants from areas such as local and regional government, fisheries, aquaculture, plastic producers and consultants. The aim of the event, organised…


SEALIVE: Exhibition, Knowledge Transfer & Workshop, Croatia

AKTI alongside ISOTECH LTD and Maritimo Recycling are organising the first knowledge transfer event for the SEALIVE project in Croatia! The event is titled: “Biobased Plastics for Marine and Terrestrial Applications: Exhibition, Knowledge Transfer & Workshop” and aims to introduce the 8 biobased products of the SEALIVE project: fishing nets, fishing crates, oyster mesh bags,…


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