Innovative Space Satellite Monitoring of Environmental Natural Resources of Border Area Greece-Albania
The project aims at establishing an innovative & cost effective solution for monitoring the Natural Resources of Greece & Albania cross – border areas. Continue reading
Date: Sep 20, 2013
Location: Region Council
The project BIOTOURISM – Innovative Practices in Biotourism emerged as a natural consequence of the need for a coordinated economic cooperation between Greece and Albania in order to promote sustainable economic development with a view to further expanding the cooperation on common business initiatives for the support of the local communities of Korca in Albania and Prespa in Greece. Funded by the European Territorial Cooperation Programme “Greece – Albania IPA Cross-Border Programme 2007-2013” and by National Funds of Greece and Albania, the project run from April 2011 until December 2013.
Date: Sep 9, 2013
A Training workshop in Korca will take place in September 9-13, 2013. Sustainable development, biotourism, as well as how to better manage their businesses.
Training workshop on Bio-tourism & Marketing, case study > Prespa
Duration: 27-28 June, 2013
Location: Prespa, Greece
The training took place in Prespa in June 27, 28 and brought together stakeholders from Prespa Region from different layers of the society including: local authorities, business, NGOs, farmers etc. The focus were the following topics: Continue reading
Workshop A about the “Presentation of natural resources & environmental conditions in each area and the presentation of the monitoring procedure” in Konitsa on the 25th of October 2013
2nd SC Meeting in Konitsa on the 24th of October 2013
Official start of the pilot action at the end of August 2013 for the Greek side and September 2013 for the Albanian side
Organization of a Transnational Meeting among stakeholders and experts for the consultation of the Best Practice Document on existing Policies and Operational plans in Gjirokastra during July 2013
The EU project “Innovative Practices in Biotourism” supports the communities of the cross-border areas of Prespa in Greece and Korca in Albania through the development of tourism initiatives. As part of the project, this contest aims to take Biotourism to the people and ask WHAT BIOTOURISM MEANS TO YOU. Continue reading