In Serbia, maximum daily temperatures are rising and an increase in extreme weather events means both flooding and severe droughts. For those who make their living off the land and sea, climate change is forcing a new reality.
Video message from our new Resident Representative Ms. Francine Pickup
Grassroots ideas to meet the fast-changing realities of 21st century development.
In order to protect nature, we need to rethink our habits, reassess our economies and direct the financial flows into preserving nature and into development options that have no adverse effect on environment.
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Best practices and solutions for development of climate-smart cities across Europe were presented at the event „Citizens Build Smart Cities“ in Belgrade, organized by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), with support from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) ), in partnership with Adria Media Group.
The goal of the program is to support the transfer of business knowledge and expertise in IT/innovative product development, as well as better positioning of the domestic IT community and its products on the global market.

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34%

Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

14.8%

Unemployment rate (2018; Serbian Statistical Office)

5.426$

GDP Per capita (2016; The World Bank)

0.776

Human Development Index (2015; UNDP)

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