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References • Beha, A. (2014). Minority Rights: An Opportunity for Adjustment of Ethnic Relations in Kosovo?. Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, 13(4), 85-110. • Brand, J. & Idrizi, V. (2012, February). Grass-root Approaches to Inter-Ethnic Reconciliation in the Northern Part of Kosovo. Prishtina: Kosovar Institute for Policy Research and Development. • Calic, M. J. (2000). Kosovo in the twentieth century: A historical account. In Ramesh Thakur and Albrecht Schnabel ed., Kosovo and the Challenge of Humanitarian Intervention: Selective

References - Accordance with International Law of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence in Respect of Kosovo, Advisory Opinion, I.C.J. (2010, May). - Accordance with International Law of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence in Respect of Kosovo (2009, April). Written statement of the Kingdom of Spain. https://www.icj-cij.org/files/case-related/141/15644.pdf (accessed March 27 2018). - Armakolas, I. and J. Ker-Lindsay (2017). Lack of Engagement? Surveying the Spectrum of EU Member State Policies towards Kosovo. Kosovo Foundation for Open Society, pp

References [1] Bajçinovci B. Achieving thermal comfort and sustainable urban development in accordance with the principles of bioclimatic architecture: A case study of Ulcinj (Montenegro). Quaestiones Geographicae. De Gruyter. Sciendo, 2017;36(4):131-140. DOI: 10.1515/quageo-2017-0041. [2] Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning (MESP), Kosovo. Strategy on Waste Management 2013-2022, Prishtina, Kosovo; 2013. https://mmph.rks-gov.net/repository/docs/Strategy_fo__Republic_Kosova_for_WM_2013-2022__eng._945753.pdf . [3] Ministry of Environment and Spatial

Introduction The urban population, like all over the world, is growing rapidly in Kosovo as well. Globally, more people live in urban areas than in rural ones, with 54% of the world’s population residing in urban areas in 2014. In 1950, about 30% of the world’s population was urban, and by 2050, 66% of the world’s population is projected to be urban. The rural population of the world has grown slowly since 1950 and is expected to reach its peak in a few years. The global rural population is now close to 3.4 billion and is expected to decline to 3.2 billion by

References • Amy, L. E. & Gjermeni, E. (2013). Where is the ‘State’ in Albania? The Unresolved Contradictions Confronting Civil Society ‘Transition’ from Communism to Free Markets. Studies of Transition States and Societies, 5(1), 7-21 • Augestad Knudsen, R. (2010). Privatization in Kosovo: The International Project 1999-2008, Oslo: NUPI Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. • Biberaj, E. (2001). Shqipëria në Tranzicion: Rruga e Vështirë drejt Demokracisë. Tirana: Botime Ora • Bòzoki, A. & Ishiyama, J. (2002). The Communist Successor Parties in Central

5. References Ante, A. 2010. State Building and Development: Two Sides of the Same Coin ? Exploring the Case of Kosovo. Hamburg: Disserta. Bayliss, K. 2005. Post-Conflict Privatisation: A Review of Developments in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. London: Overseas Development Institute. Bel, G. and M. Warner. 2006. Local Privatization and Costs: A Review of Empirical Evidence . Paper presented at the Barcelona International Workshop on Local Government Reform: Privatization and Public-Private Collaboration, 12–13 June, in Barcelona, Spain. Bozeman, B

Ecology Review . 19, 2. www: http://www.fs.fed.us/psw/publications/winter/psw_2012_winter001_-burn.pdf , accessed August 3, 2016. - Bytyqi Pajtim, Ferdije Zhushi Etemi, Murtezan Ismaili, Mile Srbinovski, Osman Fetoshi & Albona Shala-Abazi (2017). The Environmental Worldview of Youth in a Secondary School in Kosovo-A Pro NEP Perspective, 5th International Conference on Waste Management, Ecology and Biological Sciences -WMEBS-2017 (pp.: 140-144). Istanbul. - Caldwell, L. K. (1990). Between two worlds: science, the environmental movement and policy choice. New York

). ­Microscopic ­examination ­is ­still ­the ­gold ­standard­ for ­the­ diagnosis of intestinal helminths and protozoa making it possible to detect parasites at their different developmental stages (cysts, trophozoites, larvae, ova) ( Myjak et al., 2011 ). In Europe, high rates of parasitic infections are reported from the countries which are listed in the third and fourth quartile according to gross domestic product per capita (GDP $1 809 – $17 630) ( Hotez and Gurwith, 2011 ); Kosovo ranks in the 4 th quartile. The exact prevalence of parasitic infections in Kosovo is not

Kosovo. (Šumska vegetacija brdskog regiona Kosova). Zajednica Naučnih Ustanova Kosova. Studije. Knj. 27. Prishtina. 37 pp. Krasniqi, F. 1987: Endemics in flora of Kosovo and the probelms of their protection in SAP Kosovo (Endemi u flori SAP Kosovo i problemi njihove zaštite). ANU B i H. Posebna Izdanja. Knj. 14: 119–124. Sarajevo. Laffan, S.W. & Crisp, M.D. 2003: Assessing endemism at multiple spatial scales, with an example from the Australian vascular flora. Journal of Biogeography 30: 511–520. Law no. 03/L-025 on Environmental Protection. Official Gazzete of the

References A mid ž ić , L., K rivošej , Z., 1998. High-mountain flora of Nedzinat and Zuti Kamen (Prokletije Mts.). University Thought , 1 (1): 99–112. A mid ž ić , L., P anjković , B., P erić , R., 2013. Chorological analysis of the endemic flora in the Metohijan Prokletije Mountains. Archives of Biological Science , Belgrade , 65 (2): 645–650. A nonymous , 2014. Red list of vascular flora of the Republic of Kosovo . Prishtina: MESP – KEPA, p. 1–8. A nonymous , 2018. Professional rationale for taking under protection the Mt. Pashtrik and Vërmica lake in the