Green Agenda for the Western Balkans should encourage energy savings, renewable energy, circular economy, as well as nurturing of the region’s exceptional biodiversity. Considering a relatively low number of inhabitants, standing at 18 million, change in the region should be a simpler endeavor compared to some larger economies – if executed efficiently, with consistent political […]
Volunteers for nature
Year of Realisation:
Goal and Project Description:
The overall goal of the project is to improve the protection of nature through cooperation between civil society organizations and the managers of protected areas with the active participation of citizens.
Improved tourist offers in the protected area Gradac River Gorge.
Increased the presence and visibility of nature protection in the media.
Increased the knowledge and skills of over 100 young people in the field of environmental protection.
Improved cooperation between civil society organizations and the managers of protected areas.
The target group of the project are the visitors of the River Gradac Gorge (mainly fishermen and nature lovers) and young volunteers who are interested in nature protection (over 100 directly engaged young people). The direct user of the project is the Ecological Society GRADAC, which is the manager of the River Gradac Gorge. Additionally, the user of the project is the city of Valjevo.
Project Spacial Area:
River Gradac Gorge
Ministry of Environmental Protection (RSD 1,237,500.00)
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