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Green Serbia 2016

Green Serbia: Thinking Green & Living Clean 2016

GEF Grant Targets Serbian Forests

Environment

GEF Grant Targets Serbian Forests

Serbia’s forests will benefit from a 3.2-million-dollar grant approved by the Council of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), which will finance a four-year FAO...
Jelena Marinković MSc., Novi Sad Fair

Jelena Marinković MSc., Novi Sad Fair

Fair Of New Ideas And Technologies

There is an ever-increasing number of exhibitors at the Novi Sad Fair who are opting to produce and present organic products and equipment for the production of healthy food
Aleksandar Jovović, PhD, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Aleksandar Jovović, PhD, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Improve Waste Management Systems

The establishment of a waste recycling system and the formation of a collection network is currently in progress in Serbia, marking an important element in establishing and improving the waste management system and ensuring the employment of a significant number of people.
Environment and Health: Outdoor and Indoor Pollution

EU

Environment and Health: Outdoor and Indoor Pollution

A clean environment is essential for human health and well-being. However, the interactions between the environment and human health are highly complex and difficult...
Green Serbia 2016 Thinking Green & Living Clean 2016

Green Serbia 2016

In cooperation with the Government of Serbia, CorD magazine publisher, alliance international media - aim, produced its latest project “Thinking Green & Living Clean”. Exclusive print and digital publication in English language, distributed in April 2016, the month when the world celebrates the Earth Day. Creating a sustainable, clean and safe world by making wiser decisions and choices.
temperature sun Most Important CSR Trend 2016

The Most Important CSR Trend for 2016

A Move Toward Systems-Level Thinking

The year 2015 was the warmest year on record, and people, governments and even businesses are paying the price. And it’s a big price that will eventually halt and downturn all economies
Recycling

Recycling

World’s Largest Recycled Box Plant The $260 million, 23,225-square-meters paper mill is the largest investment Pratt Industries has ever made in the U.S. Pratt Industries, headquartered...
Marko Slokar, Executive Director of MS SVET Ltd. Slovenia

Marko Slokar, Executive Director of MS SVET Ltd. Slovenia

Steps Towards a “Green” Europe

Despite the economic crisis, “green” projects have been the fastest-growing investments in the EU during the last few years, which is followed by growth...
Airport City Belgrade

Airport City Belgrade A Business Oasis

Never at the expense of safety: Airport City CEO Adir El Al has built the reputation of an investor who builds quickly and efficiently...
Heineken

HEINEKEN

Brewing a Better World

Gerard Adriaan Heineken founded our Company in 1864. From day one he was driven by a desire to create a business that was both...
Clean Sky Programme

The European Union

News From The EU
Vladimir Janković, PhD, Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of Manchester

Vladimir Janković, PhD, Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of Manchester

Renewables Change Global Politics and Economics

Energy sources are conventionally divided into capital and income types. The capital, non-renewable sources are stored in and extracted from the natural environment (coal, natural gas, oil). The income sources are reusable, providing longer-term energy security (waves, solar, wind, biomass)
Environmental Protection Measures in the Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) DJERDAP I PANORAMA

Environmental Protection Measures in the Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS)

EU Standards Through EPS Investments

Using its own funds and with the help of international financial institutions and agencies, the Electric Power Industry of Serbia has reconstructed plants intensively...
S cience Technology Park Belgrade

Science Technology Park Belgrade

Where Science Meets Economy

Science Technology Park Belgrade (STP Belgrade) was established as a partnership between the Government of the Republic of Serbia (on the behalf of RS...
Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy: Major Milestones Reached

For the first time, developing world investments in renewables (up 19 per cent in 2015) topped developed nations' (down 8%); World record total of...
Energy

Energy

India Seeks $500m Loan for Solar Projects India hopes to receive one of the first loans issued by the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)...
Professor Čedo Maksimović, Imperial College, London

Professor Čedo Maksimović, Imperial College, London, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Wise Water Management is the Key

The general notion has always been that the Earth is rich with water, considering that the majority of its surface is covered with water. The problem lies in the fact that over 97.5% of that water is saltwater (seas and oceans)

François Allain, Director of SADE Serbia

Strong Operational Culture & Technological Expertise

Environmental pollution, including intensive usage of chemicals in agriculture, as well as wastewater discharged directly into natural recipients like rivers or lakes, represents the key problem for water treatment… Furthermore, it is very complex to preserve and control the actual sources of drinking water
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