Georgia's remote and rural regions are exploring new opportunities for sustainable development
Machakhela National Park boasts waterfalls, hiking tracks, and ecological guest-houses
Natela Benidze from the village of Chalistavi is one of those hit hardest by flooding and landslides in Georgia.
Sustainable pastures management makes the lives of Tush shepherds more stable and secure.
Shoreline reinforcement, bio-engineering and weather monitoring protects 200 thousand people from floods.
200 thousand residents of Rioni river basin feel safer with the modern methods in flood management.
The power of art helps reach out for the Georgian people with the message of Global Goals.
Young professionals learn up-to-date refrigeration and air-conditioning.
The most beautiful of Georgia's protected areas, Tusheti, discovers developmental benefits of tourism.
230 tons of persistent organic pollutants repacked at the Iagluja dump site in Georgia to save people an environment from contamination.