"The response received, and the quality of the ideas once again proved that Serbia is a country of smart and creative people and that it is possible, with the right incentive, to change Serbia for better in the field of environmental protection"
In order to be ready to commence negotiations on Chapter 27, you must perfectly know the state of the environment in your country. As illustrated by the example of finding illegal waste storage, there are many more challenges ahead of us than we think. That's why I'm opposed to the opening of this negotiating chapter, which already cost some new EU member states a lot
The Law on Inspection Supervision, the full implementation of which began on 30th April 2016, introduced important novelties regulating the treatment of unregistered entities and establishing a risk assessment and management system for inspections
The negotiations and the opening of Chapter 27 is one of the greatest challenges for Serbia in the process of accession to the European Union. Encouraged by the establishment of a special Ministry of Environmental Protection, the new environmental administration has enthusiastically taken a number of steps to develop and define the “environmental status quo” to enable the opening of negotiating Chapter 27
The current state of play in Serbia’s green investment portfolio might seem grim even to connoisseurs – but only at first glance. Even with the current low rate of investments and projects in the pipeline, a reality check shows that Serbia might be the future investment Eldorado when it comes to capital environmental infrastructure projects
The need to utilise renewable energy sources emerged after alarming warnings of the ramifications of using fossil fuels and greenhouse gas emissions as by-products of fossil fuel combustion, which leads to climatic changes, primarily global warming
In April 2013, the Republic of Serbia became the twenty-sixth Party to the UNECE/WHO Protocol on Water and Health to the UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes
Vojvodina’s main resources are its agriculture, oil, gas, waterways... Vojvodina’s main environmental issues are a lack of wastewater treatment plants, unregulated waste management, a lack of windbreaks, a disastrously small percentage of woodlands, and natural disasters caused by climate change
We all know what a “sports car” or “allterrain vehicle” is, while some who are better informed know what the “B-segment” of European car classification is, or what a “crossover” is in terms of an all-terrain vehicle intended for city driving, but what’s an ‘Eco Vehicle’?
Ahead of Serbia is the major job of improving energy efficiency and agriculture. All the required outgoings should be viewed as investments and opportunities for further development, and not as an expense