Environment and development
in coastal regions and in small islands
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Serbia and Montenegro

Kotor participates in the ‘Sustainable Living in Small Historic Coastal Towns’ project. This project has created a network of towns around the Mediterranean and in Europe that are collaborating to find ways of developing, while retaining their cultural and historical identity.

Delegates from Montenegro took part in a workshop on ‘Integrated Water Management of Small Islands and Coastal Cities’ held in Omisalj, Croatia, in October 1999. The workshop was organized by the Croatian National Commission for UNESCO. The workshop produced recommendations for water management in Omisalj.

An international meeting of experts on ‘Integrated Kotor Town Environmental Management Pilot Project’ took place in Kotor in December 2000.

A paper describing the Kotor part of the historic, coastal cities project Two Examples of Conflict Related Initiatives in the Adriatic-Balkan Area’ was presented at  a workshop for CSI field project leaders on ‘Wise Practices for Conflict Prevention and Resolution’, which was held in Mozambique in November 2001. A report of the workshop was published as CSI papers 12: ‘Managing Conflicts Over Resources and Values: Continental Coasts’.

An summary of the historic coastal cities project was compiled in May 2002 in English and French.


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