We conclude our series of reports on the EVALUATE stakeholder workshops with an article on the most recent workshop in Skopje.
The European Union is currently gearing its forces to become a world champion of low carbon economic development, with Germany providing the lead in the form of the Energiewende. The ambitious and far-reaching objectives of this process have attracted a significant amount of academic and media attention, not the least due to the radical political,Continue reading “Large-scale hydropower: ‘Clean’ energy threatens one of Europe’s key biodiversity hotspots”
By Stefan Bouzarovski At the beginning of April I visited Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo as part of an initial research and networking trip on the EVALUATE project. The trip highlighted some of the infrastructural issues faced by these countries in the process of post-socialist transition, which, however, vary widely according to local context. While inContinue reading “Research in Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania”