The Cyprus Sustainability Institution aims to make Limassol the city of Jasmine and bring back the sweet smell in all neighbourhoods. They intended the do this through the 3rd Sustainability Conference, organised on Thursday, May 4th (16:30 – 19:30), on “Sustainable Practices , Economy, Quality of Life and the Action of the Greater Limassol of Jasmine “.
The conference was organized in the “Pefkios Georgiadis” Amphitheater of TEPAK in cooperation with the office of the Representation of the European Commission in Cyprus, the Cyprus University of Technology and Europe Direct Limassol. The event was sponsored by the Cyprus News Agency, Channel 6 and The Limassol newspaper.
Christos Neocleous, the president of the Cyprus Sustainability Foundation, proposes”bringing jasmine to all households, organizations, companies and public places”. Therefore, through concrete action, Limassol will become a city of jasmine. Neocleous suggests including the involvement of schools and combining the work of the composer Marios Tokas from Limassol, “The Night Smells Jasmine” but also the traditional song “Jasmine”.
Moreover, Limassol aims to celebrate jasmine through an annual spring host institution that can be promoted in Europe and internationally, utilizing European programs and contributing to the promotion of Limassol and Cyprus as a sustainable tourist destination.