Thanks to the technology it employs, company Eso Tron extracts methane from food, that would otherwise pollute the environment and warm the planet and transformes it into a raw material for biogas production.
A photo-bioreactor "LIQUID 3" which converts carbon dioxide into oxygen has been installed in the Municipality of Stari Grad in Belgrade
What was the effect of air pollution on COVID-19 pandemic and vice versa? Have the COVID-19 induced lockdowns helped the air become cleaner?
The fire extinguishing vehicles were delivered as part of the project EU for Serbia Resilient to Disasters, funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP.
This publication offers practical insights into challenges and opportunities associated with Serbian MSMEs green investments.
Association of Youth Volunteers of Serbia, founded by young Roma UN volunteers, started an outreach campaign that aims to visit the inhabitants of the informal Roma settlements in 18 towns and municipalities in Serbia.
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Women in parliament (2017; National Assembly)

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