National Geographic Slovenia is organising an event National Geographic Studies, taking place on 17 June 2019 at 17:00 in Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The National Geographic Society is a world-renowned non-profit organisation that helps generate solutions for a healthy, more sustainable future. Listen to inspiring stories of top lecturers from Slovenia and abroad whose work and creative committment embodies the values and mission of the National Geographic Society. The event will also feature Tilen Genov from Morigenos. Join us!
Within the action "#vednopodpiraj dober namen" (always support a good cause) the Coca-Cola Slovenia donated a total grant of 21,000 Euros to three winning projects in the fields of sport, environment and communities. Consumers voted for the winning projects of Morigenos, the Association of Friends of Youth of Ljubljana Moste-Polje ("Botrstvo") and the Olympic Committee of Slovenia - Association of Sports Federations. The event was also attended by the ambassador of the action Jure Košir, one of the most successful Slovenian alpine skiers.
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year's international summer research courses in Piran!
Research course will give you an
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our research team, you will be able to observe dolphins and sea
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A new study published in the journal Marine Biology investigated the social network of dolphins in the northern Adriatic Sea. It showed that dolphins living in the Gulf of Trieste form distinct social groups and some of these groups don’t seem to like to talk to each other.
It is widely known that dolphins usually occur in groups. In the case of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), group composition often changes, with animals joining or leaving the groups. But these groups are not random. Individual dolphins prefer to spend time with particular other ...
New research shows that dolphins in the northern Adriatic contain high levels of PCBs, highly toxic chemicals banned in the 1970s-1980s, and that females pass on their pollutant burden to their young. A new study led by Morigenos was published yesterday in the journal Science of the Total Environment.
PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) are a group of man-made chemicals previously used in the manufacture of products including electrical equipment, flame retardants and paints. High exposure to PCBs is known to weaken animal immune systems and markedly reduce breeding ...
Give your loved ones interesting and useful gift for upcoming holidays: adopt a dolphin from Slovenia and support conservation of dolphins and their environment in the northern Adriatic.
By adopting a dolphin you financially support the research of marine mammals in Slovenia and the northern Adriatic.
With the donation for the one-year dolphin adoption, you will financially support our work and thus contribute to the conservation of the northern Adriatic and its biodiversity.
Every adopter receives an adoption certificate which includes: the adopter’s name, the ...
Help us achieve our goals! Morigenos and its effort for the conservation of dolphins and healthy marine ecosystems has been chosen for the Slovenian partner of the action #VEDNOPODPIRAJ DOBER NAMEN (ALWAYS SUPPORT A GOOD CAUSE), organised by Coca-Cola. Within the action, they will financially support three socially responsible Slovenian projects working on the topics of sports, environment and community. We would truly appreciate your support through giving us your vote and sharing this among your friends! Follow the link and click on ODDAJ SVOJ GLAS (GIVE YOUR VOTE) ...
Last week marked the end of the biennial 67th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) in Florianopolis, Brazil, where Slovenian took over the 2-year presidency of the Commission from Japan. The International Whaling Commission was set up based on the Convention for the Regulation of Whaling, signed in Washington on 2 December 1946. Slovenia became a member of the IWC in 2006. IWC member states are divided to those that oppose different types of whaling (“like-minded or anti-whaling countries”, which includes Slovenia) and those that support whaling ...
Join us in Piran on Saturday, August 18th, from 15:15 on, in Piran to celebrate the 12th annual DolphinDay. Check out the programme here:
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