We thank all the participants who joined us in the orientation meetings in different cities of Albania for their interest and dedication to the #shkëndija program
Civil society organizations operating in the environmental sector, alongside experts and prominent representatives from academia, unite in opposition to proposed amendments to Law 81/2017 on Protected Areas.
Preparation of Local Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies and Action Plans for the 6 Municipalities of Fieri Region.
(Shqip) Shqipëria, pozicionohet në Ballkanin Perëndimor dhe referuar Indeksit të Riskut Botëror (World Risk Index 2022), ajo renditet e 82 nga 192 vendet në botë si më e ekspozuara në lidhje me fatkeqësitë natyrore si dhe ndër vendet me një faktor të lartë cënueshmërie ndaj tyre.
Katër rreziqet kryesore që prekin vendin janë tërmetet, përmbytjet, zjarret në pyje dhe rrëshqitjet e dheut.
Co-PLAN organizes working meetings in 6 municipalities within the project “Drafting Local Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies and Action Plans for 6 Municipalities of Fier District”
Co-PLAN – Institute for Habitat Development and MetroPOLIS within the project “Drafting Local Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies and Action Plans for 6 Municipalities of Fier District” organized working meetings in the municipalities of Fier, Lushnje, Divjakë, Patos, Roskovec and Mallakastër…
TURN – Addressing industrial relations towards circular economy in metal, chemical, textile, energy and construction sectors
Project summary The EU’s transition to a circular economy will reduce pressure on natural resources and will create sustainable growth and jobs. It is also a prerequisite to achieve the EU’s 2050 climate neutrality target and to halt biodiversity loss. In March 2020, the European Commission adopted the new circular economy action plan (CEAP), that is one of the main building blocks of the European Green Deal, Europe’s new agenda
The overall project objective: To improve the energy efficiency of public buildings in the two municipalities and substantially decreasing the energy consumption, by implementing innovative equipment and further promoting sustainable building management practices. The project also aims to facilitate knowledge exchange and collaboration between the two municipalities, promoting cross-border cooperation and the sharing of experiences and best practices related to energy efficiency. Some of the expected results of the project
The project ‘SPARKs: Supporting Civic Activism and Advocacy Initiatives in Albania’ (hereinafter referred to as SPARK) implemented by Co- PLAN, Institute for Habitat Development, tackles the need to expand and strengthen the community of activists in Albania by enhancing their internal capacities to monitor, analyze, and undertake concrete actions contributing to tangible change to their communities or groups they represent. SPARK aims to promote and spread the culture of activism
Green-AL II “Supporting Environmental Civil Society Organizations 2024 – 2027” aims to expand on the knowledge, insight and achievements of Green-AL I “Empower Grass-Root CSOs for Improved Innovative Environmental Protection in Albania”, while directing its focus into the further empowerment of CSOs in Albania, towards tackling three main themes: Climate, Pollution and Nature. Its main objective is to nurture and further empower Albanian environmental CSOs for effective participation and contribution
Kick-off meeting of the CROSS-Disciplinary Network for Research Excellence in Regenerative Economy Innovation eco-Systems (CROSS-REIS) Project
We are thrilled to share that the kick-off meeting of the CROSS-disciplinary network for research excellence in Regenerative Economy Innovation Eco-Systems (CROSS-REIS) project…
CROSS-REIS – CROSS-Disciplinary Network for Research Excellence in Regenerative Economy Innovation Eco-Systems
CROSS-REIS is an EU-Horizon funded project, that aims to raise excellence in science and value creation through deeper and geographically inclusive cooperation in an alliance of higher education and research institutions in 5 widening and 4 science-leading European countries, to support the shift towards a regenerative economy paradigm. Global competitiveness and visibility of the HE institutions in widening countries are to be improved by creating critical knowledge and research mass