Earth, Wind and Organic PollutantsThe problem of Persistent Organic Pollutants has no boundaries; it affects us all, says George Nikolaidis from Greek waste management company.
After the FloodNatela Benidze from the rural village of Chalistavi was one of those people hit hardest by flooding and landslides in Georgia.
Sheep, Grass and WaterThe EU-funded project "Clima East: Sustainable Management of Pastures in Georgia" promotes effective pasture management in the Vashlovani Protected Areas and makes the lives of Tush shepherds more stable and secure.
Skills Up for Safer WorldTraining in refrigeration service runs in several professional colleges in Georgia. This relatively new profession attracts more and more students who apply their skills and knowledge in different industries.
The Guesthouse in the SkyIrakli Gagoidze family lives in the village Shekaqo, Tusheti region- one of the richest protected areas in the Caucasus. They are only ones who stay here all year round.
Rebuilding Lives in the Crisis AreasNana Shonia is a dentist in a small village at the administrative boundary line with Abkhazia. Her patients come from both sides of the conflict divide since she is the only dentist in the area.
Mobile Technology for Safe CommunitiesThe Georgian word elva means "lightning" or "express message", which is the name of the information sharing platform developed for the communities across conflict divides.