Environment & Energy
- Dec 23, 2015
Existing gender inequalities, such as limited access to natural resources and productive assets including land and finance and to household and community decision-making constrain their ability to adapt to and cope with climate change.
- Dec 27, 2013
The purpose of this publication is to provide a framework for integration of biodiversity principles in wind energy development in Serbia. It presents an overview of both Serbian and EU legal and policy framework for wind energy and nature conservation, but also offers recommendations and best practices available.
- Jun 7, 2013
The Republic of Serbia recognizes and supports global strategic goals for biodiversity – “Aichi targets”, adopted during the Conference of the Parties of the Convention in Nagoya in October 2010. Through the strategic framework of this document, goals will be defined at the country level in line with national needs and possibilities.
- Jun 7, 2013
Designating protected areas allows the provision of safe harbours for endangered species and ecosystems, which in many cases are unique. And promoting nature-respecting tourism and recreation in these areas not only allows visitors to explore these wonders, but also contributes to the livelihood of the people and communities who have lived in and shaped those landscapes over centuries.
- Jun 2, 2013Guide for the Local Self-governments on Including Energy Efficiency Aspects in Criteria in Public Procurement Process
Local authorities, within their competences, can significantly influence energy efficiency in public buildings and services, and therefore the achievement of the objectives of the National Energy Efficiency Action Plan.
- Feb 1, 2013
Updated Guides for Investors in renewable energy facilities in Serbia
- Feb 1, 2013
Five roadmaps were produced to navigate the legislative and regulatory framework and to ease the procedure for a wide range of stakeholders.
- Feb 1, 2012
“National Capacity Self-Assessment for the Environmental Protection Management in Serbia” was created to assess and realize the countries’ needs regarding capacities for full implementation of UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) and Convention to Combat Desertification (CCD).
- Feb 26, 2011
The Republic of Serbia recognizes and supports global strategic goals for biodiversity – “Aichi targets”, adopted during the Conference of the Parties of the Convention in Nagoya. Through the strategic framework of this document, goals will be defined at the country level in line with national needs and possibilities.