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Vjosa Science Week 2023: Assessing the delta of the Vjosa wild river national park

++ The grup of scientists from Albania and Austria assess the delta of the Vjosa river ++ The data will highlight the values of the delta in function of its inclusion in the Vjosa national park of Vjosa++ Narta, Vlora, April 24-28, 2023. An interdisciplinary team of national and international scientists, from Albania and Austria, […]

CategoriesActivities ESPID4Vjosa

Second science week in Vjosa: Assesment of hidrology, geomorfology and biodiversity

On September 19-26, 2022 was conducted the Second Science Week in the Vjosa basin. This was an interdisciplinary and collaborative research week with representatives of all teams from the VjoSusDev project and the ESPID4Vjosa project team. A total of 46 people, who were part of the ESPID4Vjosa team, experts and students from partner universities (Austria […]


Vjosa campaign story, meeting with environmental organizations in Greece

On June 15, 2022, the “Vjosa Campaign” – inspiration for activism” forum was held with environmental organizations in Greece. The meeting was held virtually due to the different locations of the environmental organizations. After the presentation of the “Europe’s Last Wild River” campaign, a question and answer session was held where the campaign was discussed in more […]

CategoriesPress Release

Biodiversity and its problems on the Albanian coast

Albania has significantly expanded the extension of its network of protected areas to 18% of the total land area of the country. The network dates back to the 1960s, when the first protected areas were announced, consisting mainly of small forest areas. After the 2000s, this network expanded significantly to fulfill the purpose of creating oases […]


New Study: Biodiversity, potential impacts, and legal framework for hydropower development of the Vjosa

This baseline survey summarises the value of the Vjosa River system as one of the few remaining reference sites for dynamic floodplains in Europe on the one hand, and reveals the detrimental effects dams could have on the river system on the other. Only one dam will significantly destroy the ecological continuum of a pristine river.  Spearheaded by the University of […]