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UNDP And Embassy Of Slovakia Present Feasibility Study On Use Of Thermosolar Energy

The Mayor of Belgrade, Zoran Radojičić, met with the Ambassador of Slovakia to Serbia, H.E. Fedor Rosocha and Resident Representative of the UNDP Serbia...

Niš-Sofija Gas Pipeline For Better Natural Gas Supply And Air Quality In Serbia

The new natural gas connection will open development possibilities, new markets and options for a cleaner environment. The construction will allow easy gas access...

Serbia And Sweden Sign Agreement On Continuation Of ENVAP3

Minister of Environmental Protection Goran Trivan and Swedish Ambassador to Serbia Jan Lundin signed an agreement today which continues the ENVAP 3 project and...

The Ecological Transition Is The New Mission For Europe

The Green Deal, which aims to achieve climate neutrality in the EU by 2050, could go a long way towards resolving geographical divisions and...

Eastern Imperial Eagles Are Returning To Serbia

The Eastern Imperial Eagle has the lifespan of a human, a wingspan of up to two metres, and is found on many flags and...

Norway Deployed 51 MW Of Solar In 2019

Norway reached 120 MW of solar generation capacity at the end of 2019, according to figures released by Norwegian solar industry body the Solenergiklyngen...

The Vinča Landfill – Cleaning up Belgrade

A city of 1.7 million like Belgrade generates a lot of waste. Opened in 1970, the landfill in Vinča, a suburb in the east...

Nestlé Joins The Fight Against Climate Change And Coronavirus

Nestlé joined over 150 major multinationals in urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest...

One of the largest uncontrolled landfills in Europe undergoing transformation

Belgrade is a city with more than 1.5 million inhabitants who annually produce about 500,000 tons of waste. Over the past 40 years, most...

Goran Trivan, Serbian Minister of Environmental Protection

We Talk Loudly About All Environmental Issues

We are determined in our intentions to systematically and consistently resolve environmental issues and participate actively in all regional and global activities that contribute...

Pandemic, Climate Change and EU Engagement In the Region

After the Crisis, the Time Will Come to Rebuild Better

The COVID-19 crisis further emphasises the importance of the Western Balkans' embracing values set by the European Green Deal, and making a shift in...

Corporate Social Responsibility

Trends Expected in 2020

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become an important buzz word in the business world. The practice of CSR has evolved and matured over time....

H.E. Jan Lundin, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden to Serbia

This is How We Cook the Change!

Within our UNDP project Climate Smart Bio-waste Challenge, we Ideas To Waste want to pave the way for a larger and climate smart waste...

Covid-19

Lockdowns Clearing The Air

As the novel coronavirus tears around the world, it’s exploiting our biggest weaknesses, from creaking health care systems to extreme social inequality. Its relationship...

Zorica Bilić, Country Coordinator, GIZ GmbH

Green Projects Are a Development Opportunity

German Development Cooperation, through its development partnership mechanism and the develoPPP.de programme, combines forces with companies with the aim of responding jointly to the...

Early flood warning system complete for river Velika Morava basin

Research institute Deltares, Netherlands announced the completion of a real-time flood early warning system for the Velika Morava river basin in Serbia, according to...

Concrete Measures For Cleaner Air In Serbia Planned

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic presided over a meeting of the Working Group on Air Protection in the Republic of Serbia today, at which it...

Environment

The European Green Deal Will Cost €260 Billion

On 11th January, the European Commission presented the European Green Deal – a roadmap for making the EU’s economy sustainable by turning climate and...

Winning The Electrification Race

Electricity will dominate the future global energy system. Currently, it accounts for only 20% of final energy demand, with direct fossil-fuel use still dominant...

Sweden supports Serbia’s Environmental Democracy with more than 3m EUR

Sweden and Serbia have strong cooperation on Environment and Climate Change. The focus of the cooperation is to support EU environmental reform in Serbia...

EU Delegation And UNDP Joint Message To Serbian Government On Climate Change

In the aftermath of the 2019 UN Climate Summit, which garnered momentous pledges by governments and the private sector to cut greenhouse gas emissions...

EIB helps to improve sanitation and sewerage systems in Belgrade

• The EIB has signed a EUR 35m loan to finance the sewerage system of the City of Belgrade, improving living conditions for 170...

SUEZ Partners With Belgrade For A 300 Million Euros Investment

The consortium1 formed by SUEZ and its partners successfully concluded talks with IFC2 and EBRD, the main lenders of a €300 million non-recourse credit...

Belgrade to get new waste management facilities

EBRD contributes €72 million loan to joint investment as Serbian capital addresses a critical environmental issue • New landfill and energy-from-waste facility will replace unsanitary...

Grundfos Opens a Wastewater Treatment Plant in Indjija

Grundfos celebrated their 10-year anniversary in Indjija and opened a new BioBooster plant, the first of its kind outside of Scandinavia. The ceremony was opened...

Great success of Serbian students at the international environmental competition

Four students of the Belgrade Primary School Drinka Pavlović and one from Gymnasium plus won gold medals at the world's largest environmental competition for...

French Companies To Invest In Green Energy Projects In Serbia

Minister of Energy and Minning Mines Aleksandar Antić held meetings with French companies during the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Belgrade. "The meeting...

The Coca-Cola System Organised Large-scale Danube River Cleansing Campaign

In a large-scale campaign of cleansing the Danube riverbanks in seven cities, more than 2.5 tons of packaging waste was collected and around 2...

Goran Trivan, Serbian Minister of Environmental Protection

Year Of Turnarounds

Serbia is awaited by a huge job in the years ahead when it comes to advancing environmental protection, and some of the most important...

Branislava Jovičić, Centre for the Promotion of Sustainable Development

We Owe Planet Earth

In just five years, as long as it has existed, the Centre for the Promotion of Sustainable Development has developed two projects that have...

Resources

The Right Path Of Renewable Energy

Italy is among the EU's most successful countries in terms of energy efficiency and is also a pioneer in new forms of renewable energy...

Results Of The Sepen’s Study On Packaging Waste

The existing system in Serbia requires additional investments and an increase of the waste disposal fee, as well as the strengthening of the packaging...

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Richard Grenell: Serbia-Kosovo Agreement Results From Trump’s Different Brand Of Diplomacy

President Aleksandar Vučić of Serbia and Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti of Kosovo took an enormous step toward a long-term...

Agreement On Normalisation Of Economic Relations Between Belgrade And Pristina Signed

President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister of the Provisional Institutions of Kosovo Avdullah Hoti signed an Agreement...

Symbols Of Belgrade Lit In Colors Of The Polish Flag

On the occasion of marking the 40th anniversary of the founding of the "Solidarity" movement, Branko's Bridge, the Bridge...

Montenegro Election: First Projections Point To A Tight Race

In Montenegro, the ruling DPS was nearly neck-and-neck with its main rivals, according to early and incomplete projections of...

Gorenje To Hire 600 Temp Workers Due To Surge In Orders

Slovenian home appliance manufacturer Gorenje is hiring some 600 temporary workers to cope with a record number of orders....