Montenegro’s Government flawed decision-making process in the militarization of Sinjajevina

[ GUEST POST ] @ Dr Maja Kostić-Mandić. Professor of Environmental and International Environmental Law. University of Montenegro, Faculty of Law. Contact: majak@t-com.me The richness in terms of biodiversity and natural beauty in Montenegro are rather unique among European countries, and the Montenegrin State is fully aware of its great value and economic potential. ThisContinue reading “Montenegro’s Government flawed decision-making process in the militarization of Sinjajevina”

From a ‘Territory of Life’ to a ‘Territory of Death and Destruction’? Save Sinjajevina!

[ GUEST POST ] @ By Save Sinjajevina Association. Originally published at ICCA Consortium site Sinjajevina is an extraordinary mountain pastoral territory that extends over 600 square kilometers in the Dinaric Alps of Montenegro. It is the most extensive mountain pasture in the country and the second biggest in Europe. The land is used byContinue reading “From a ‘Territory of Life’ to a ‘Territory of Death and Destruction’? Save Sinjajevina!”