Environment, Energy and Climatic Change of the Hellenic Republic
Yannis Maniatis was born in Argos in 1956. He is a Qualified Agronomer Topographer Engineer of the National Technical University of Athens and Doctor Engineer. From 1995 he was Assistant. Professor of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki while from 2002 is Assistant Professor at the University of Piraeus. He is also a visiting Professor in the Institute of Economic Geography of University of Bonn.
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITY
Mr Maniatis was elected as Member of the Parliament for the constituency of Argolida for the first time in the 2004 elections. He was re-elected in both the 2007 and 2009 elections. He is member of the Board of Director of ISTAME (Institute of Strategic and Development Studies) - Andreas Papandreou from 2004 and in charge of the "Green Development" team.
He has been:
- Rapporteur of the Parliamentary Sector of Work of PASOK for the Ministry of Environment, Planning and Public Works (2007 - October 2009)
- Secretary of the Growth and Competitiveness sector of PASOK (2005-
- Rapporteur of the Parliamentary Sector of Work of) PASOK for theMinistry of Transports and Communications (2004 - 2005)
- Member of the Permanent Committee of Finances, Permanent Committee of Production and Trade and Special Permanent Committee of Research and Technology of the Greek Parliament (2004-2009)
- General-General of the Ministry of Transports and Communications (15.11.1998 - 31.06.2001).
- Chairman of the Organism of Urban Transport of Athens (OASA] (01.07.2001 - 31.07.2002).
- Chairman of the Postal Savings bank (15.11.1998 - 11.09.2000).
- Special Secretary for the Ministry of Transports and Communications, responsible for subjects regarding Community Frame of Support, International Relations and Paneuropean Networks of Transports (20.11.1996 - 14.11.1998).
Mr Maniatis has published more than eighty (80) scientific papers in international congresses and scientific magazines.He has been Scientific Person in charge for twenty five (25) Inquiring Programs that were financed by the European Union, the Greek state and Private Enterprises.
Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Mesogeion 113, 101 92, Athens, Greece, t: 210-6969848-852 fax: 210-6969501