Our Stories

  • Albania’s stunning coastal beauty

    Turquoise waters. Rich underwater fauna and biodiversity. Ruins of sunken Greek, Roman and World War II ships. This is Karaburun Sazan Peninsula – the first and only national marine park of Albania.

  • Harnessing the Sun’s Abundance

    Albania has plenty of sunshine-around 265 days a year.

  • Helping Authorities Explain the Real Cost of H2O

    Once a month, Fatjon and his wife Vjollca, drive ten kilometers from their home in Tirana to a spring on the slopes of Mount Dajti, near the capital’s aqueduct. Although the mountain and its pine forest designated as a national park are renowned for their vistas of the city, the couple is in no mood for a picnic.