Perceptual differences between students and teachers witnessing school bullying

AuthorDorina Batalli
PositionUniversity of Tirana
Vol. 3 No. 1
May, 2017
Balkan Journal of Interdisciplinary Research
IIPCCL Publishing, Graz-Austria
ISSN 2410-759X
Acces online at
Peninsula. In the Black Lake area, an area which has been announced protected a
hydropower is being built. On the basis of environmental protection laws and the
law on environmental impact assessment, the hydropower which is being built,
must have the project on environmental impact assessment. Questions asked by
residents, which have remained unanswered, eg. where will the hydropower plant
get the water from, and will the lake dry or emerge the water from the lake in times
of rainfall. The builders say that throughout the summer the hydro station will not
pick lake water, while the contract penalties for non-compliance in these situations
are unknown. The concept of protected area is “Protection of nature has priority over
development”. The issue of a building permission for a hydroelectric power station
within a protected area is a concern for the impact that it will have on the water level
of the Black Lake, and deforestation, whose assets are not found elsewhere in Albania
and is almost an untouched area. This is a great harm being caused to the wealth
of Albanian nature. Residents in 2014 onwards are opposing the implementation
of the project but still there is no solution and the construction continues. For all
the above, we conclude that the continued protection of these areas is a task of the
regional authorities County (Regional Environmental Agency), local authorities etc.
Therefore regional authorities (REA), which are responsible for the protection of these
areas should exercise their legal e ect to these destructive activities on landscapes.
Local authorities should also undertake a campaign of reforestation areas, planting
characteristic vegetation to restore the previous state and also to protect them from
Only the implementation of suggested actions can enable the return of these
climatic conditions to a potential development area. We believe it is urgent and very
important understanding the role of climate change on the environment, agriculture
etc., and possible preventive actions by human. This article emphasizes the need for
addressing these concerns and urges people and institutions at all levels to work
together in providing intelligent and practical solutions.
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