The publication presents a collection of articles prepared in the frameworks of the project "European Energy Community and Reforms in Energy Sector of Georgia" by World Experience for Georgia (WEG) with financial support of the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
Goal of the present study is to identify the main features of the energy sectors of Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia and enable readers to draw conclusions on the extent to which the vectors of energy development of the neighbouring countries coincide and whether there is a common vision for the development of the energy sector within the region.
The edited version of the catalogue prepared for the exhibition Post Oil City organized by IFA and Arch+ (initially in 2010), reflects the architectural and urban projects developed and implemented in Asia, Africa and America and responds many other issues.
Through misuse, we lose 24 billion tonnes of fertile soil every year. For the International Year of Soils in 2015, this Atlas shows, why the soil should concern us all. Jointly published by the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies.
Publication Series on Ecology 38: How could a just and democratic resource politics look like that respects both planetary boundaries and human rights? The Memorandum “Resource Politics for a Fair Future” is the outcome of a two-year international dialogue process of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Aim of the project was public awareness rising on political and civil green movement through research and publication of the most interesting historic chapters of green movement in independent Georgia.
The deep divide over nuclear power is nearly as old as its commercial use. The early dreams of its proponents have faded, whereas the high risks have remained, as well as the danger of misuse by military interests.