NEW STUDY: Exploring Ecotourism and Agritourism Potential in the Polis-Valamare-Rungaje-Morave-Gramoz Ecological Corridor Shiko & Shkarko The Polis-Valamare-Rungaje-Moravë-Gramoz ecological corridor holds significant promise for sustainable economic development through ecotourism and agritourism. This report reveals the findings of a comprehensive socio-economic assessment aimed at harnessing the potential of this ecological corridor. By exploring into the intersection of […]
Baseline Study on Sustainable Development in Polis-Valamare-Rungaje-Moravë-Gramoz Corridor In the pursuit of sustainable development and ecological preservation, Ecoalbania has undertaken a comprehensive study for the Ecological Corridor Polis-Valamare-Rungaje-Moravë-Gramoz. This study aims to provide a detailed baseline assessment of the project site, focusing on rural development, environmental factors, and territorial planning. By analyzing the current state […]
Elbasan, April 20, 2023. Representatives of civil society organizations and local institutions of Korçë, Berat and Elbasan districts, took part in the kick-off meeting of the latest initiative of EcoAlbania, to promote the sustainable development of the ecological corridor “Polis-Valamarë-Rungajë -Moravë-Gramoz” – an important corridor that connects five protected areas in the southeast of Albania. […]
A journey of collaboration began with a series of meetings across the six municipalities located within ‘Polis-Valamare-Rungaje-Moravë-Gramoz’” Ecological Corridor. This tour marked the initial phase of the effort to enhance the area’s ecological connectivity while identifying and engaging its relevant communities and stakeholders.
In the next initiative, EcoAlbania addresses the importance of ecological connectivity between areas of high biodiversity values and the sustainable development of the territory as a necessity to ensure natural processes and conservation beyond protected areas network. The main objectives of this project consist in enhancing local stakeholders’ engagement towards a sustainable and participatory approach […]