There are positive signs that the Greek market will rise to the challenge of eliminating single-use plastics, replacing them with green alternatives.
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An initiative by the Culture Ministry will seek to protect Greece's ancient sites from growing threats such as those posed by extreme weather events.
By making guests more mindful of the problem, the hotels aim to reduce the huge of amount of food waste generated at all-you-can-eat buffets.
Extreme weather events such as droughts and floods, exacerbated by climate change, are threatening ancient Greek monuments, scientists have warned.
More intense rain, thunder and hail is expected to hit Athens and other areas of the mainland for a second day today.
The new initiative is part of the Sea Change Greek Islands project, which aims to eliminate and prevent marine pollution.
The removal of abandoned and lost fishing nets from the seabed will benefit many animals living in the area, including protected species.
It is hoped that the initiative will be emulated by many other islands, helping put Greek tourism on a more sustainable footing.
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