Elona Elezi, born in 1985 in Peshkopi, Albania, has worked as a journalist in South Eastern Europe since 2006.

Experienced correspondent with a demonstrated history of working in the broadcast media industry. Skilled in broadcasting, news writing, editing, video production, multimedia and public speaking. Strong media and communication professional with a degree focused in journalism from Journalism Department (University of Tirana).

Elona Elezi

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Elona Elezi
Multimedia Producer / Communications Professional / Content Creator

Supported projects

The unbreathable air of the Western Balkans

  • Environment

SKOPJE /TIRANA /PRISTINA – The levels of pollution in the capitals of the republics in the Western Balkans are extremely high. The investigation looks at the causes of this situation as well as the health problems that air pollution leads to.

Deforestation and Hydropower Plants: Damage for Europe's Blue Heart

  • Energy
  • Environment

SKOPJE / TIRANA - Forests and rivers of Albania and North Macedonia have been exploited for years. These two countries, located in the Western Balkans, have amazing ecosystems and biodiversity, with plenty of endemic tree species and rivers with abundance of water. But natural resources in the region are often seen as a very good source for making profit, mainly by businessmen with a strong political support.

Deforestation in Albania and hydropower in Macedonia

The Disappearance of Prespa Lake

  • Agriculture
  • Environment

PRESPA LAKE - It is considered as even older than the officially oldest lake in Europe, Ohrid Lake, is endangered.

Dimitar Micev

Clean Energy in South East Europe

  • Energy
  • Environment

SKOPJE - Sunny North Macedonia falls short of solar thermal expectations. Using solar thermal technology to convert sunlight into heat should be a no-brainer in North Macedonia. After all, it’s one of the world’s sunniest countries. But meager subsidies and insufficient regulation have stymied projects, despite the economic benefits that experts concur are there for the impoverished country.