“High mountains, valleys and fields Are our native, holy land. Our fathers lived amidst the Ala-Too Mountains, Always saving their motherland” National anthem of the Kyrgyz Republic Nothing is more important for a traveler than taking some time before a visit to a country to study its history of activism. It’s not the history you […]
Guest post by Rose Greenfield. Perangua has been supporting the campaign to protect the Valbona Valley for a long time. You can also join the campaign like Rose did. [Artikulli në Shqip më poshtë] Hello, my name is Rose, and I cycle all over Europe volunteering on different permaculture initiatives, eco projects, and environmental projects. […]
Far from being a barrier to tourism, the biodiversity of beaches represents a major appeal to tourists eager to enjoy breathtaking scenery and nature. Today is World Environment Day and, in 2020 the theme is biodiversity. As the UN states it: “Recent events, from bushfires in Brazil, the United States, and Australia to locust infestations […]
Have you ever come up with a bright idea while travelling? A simple idea that could contribute to the local community or to the protection of a remote place? This is how we felt when visiting the fishponds next to the villages of Armash, Surenavan and Yeraskh in Armenia.
Back in 2005 when 15 square kilometres of public property, an area the size of 2000 soccer fields, were privatized for 800’000 euros, almost nobody knew about the Ulcinj Salina.After the new owner tried to sell the same area for 300 times higher price civil society started to discover the real value of nature at […]
Waters from Pindus, Nemërçkë and Gribe Mountains lead to Vjosa. Shepherd and fishermen tracks lead to Vjosa. Otters, kingfishers, eels and hundred of other rare species lead to Vjosa. Rafting, canyoning, climbing, hiking and biking tourists lead to Vjosa. The roads of Olsi Nika and Ulrich Eichelmann, activists in the campaign Save the Blue Heart […]