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Floods, Directive 2000/60 and Framework Agreement in public contracts

17/5/2021

Floods are the second most common natural disaster after forest fires.

At times, they have caused and continue to cause deaths, population movements, damage to the human health, economic activity, infrastructure as well as the cultural heritage.

At the same time, they are responsible for the disruption and destruction of important 

Earthquake Observatory of Greece | Elassona

9/3/2021

Sentinel-1 data from the @CopernicusEu have been used to derive the co-seismic ground motion after the M6.0 earthquake close to Elassona (Greece), that took place on 03/03/2021. The earthquake was quite severe leading to several damages in the area.

The estimated subsidence phenomena in the area reached about -38cm in the Line of Sight of the satellites.

 

ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | CONSORTIS

23/2/2021
We are grateful as a company, for the past year. Despite the difficulties and the unexpected developments, Consortis took remarkable steps forward, which contributed, both to the development of the company as a whole, but also towards the development of the specialized partners that constitute the backbone of Consortis.

Sustainable Engineering and what it has to offer

26/1/2021

Sustainable engineering and environmentally friendly projects include the use of resources in a way that does not endanger the environment and destroy materials which are going to be used by future generations (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 2021).

 

Flood Protection: Why solutions are more important than ever

12/1/2021

Engineers play an important role in understanding climate change and in creating the necessary infrastructure to help address its consequences. That is why sustainability is a core value of Consortis.

According to the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR):

"Climate-related disasters accounted for 91% of all recorded disasters between 1998 and 2017."

 

Covid-19 Interactive Global Map

31 March 2020

In the context of social responsibility and in order to keep you better informed during this difficult time, Consortis Geospatial's team created an interactive map where you can find information regarding the spread of Covid-19, both globally and nationally (Greece).

The data is updated daily and comes directly from:

• Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE)

• The National Public Health Organization of Greece (NPHO) Specifically, for Greece you can also find data divided by region.

PEARLS Project Presentation!

1 March 2019
As project partner, Consortis is proud to announce that the PEARLS project will be presented at the 9th International Congress for Spatial Planning...