Response to the Effects of Floods in SerbiaThe project will support the relief and recovery efforts caused by the floods in Negotin, Kladovo and Majdanpek municipalities that occurred in September 2014. The immediate need for intervention in the water and sewage sector was identified since it presented life threatening situation relate to risk of dehydration and the dangers associated with infectious and communicable diseases.
Reducing Barriers to Accelerate the Development of Biomass Markets in SerbiaThe aim of this project is to accelerate the development of biomass for electricity generation projects in Serbia by developing and successfully launching a biomass support unit and implementing a sustainable financial mechanism to support biomass projects which will continue beyond the lifetime of this project
Introducing Energy Management Information System in the Public BuildingsThe project will support the Ministry of Energy in acquiring and setting up the Energy Management Information System in public buildings (EMIS). EMIS was developed by UNDP Energy Efficiency Project in Croatia with the purpose of monitoring, analyzing and reporting on energy and water consumption in public buildings.
Climate Smart Urban Development ChallengeThe goal of the proposed project is to promote climate - smart urban development, but rather than defining the detailed technical and other solutions upfront, it seeks to actively engage citizens, CSOs, public and business communities to come up with new and innovative ideas on how to contribute to this in practice and to jointly develop, finance and implement these ideas further.
National Biodiversity Planningthe project is a significant contribution to Serbia's efforts towards implementing the CBD Strategic Plan 2011-2020 at the national level. The project builds on the current status and achievements of Serbia with respect to biodiversity planning and reporting. It aims to integrate Serbia's obligation under the Convention of Bilogical Diversity (CBD) into its national development and sectoral planning frameworks through a renewed and participative 'biodiversity planning' and strategizing process.