Resilient Development 

Resilient development 

Development needs to be not only sustainable – but also resilient to shocks and crisis.

UNDP helps Serbia to cut Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions   and adapt to climate change, reduce – re-use and recycle consumed materials, change its transport patterns, and reduce biodiversity loss. In this way UNDP contributes to Serbia’s sustainable growth.

UNDP also helps Serbia to be ready to face shocks and crisis, when they occur, – regardless of their causes, whether they are natural or geological hazards, climate events, or  human-induced.

UNDP’s work in this area focuses on implementation of climate change mitigation and adaptation measures; introduction of innovative climate-smart urban development, increasing energy efficiency and the share of renewable energy sources in power generation in Serbia, as well as overall environmental protection.

Highlighted Projects

Open Communities - Successful Communities
Climate Smart Urban Development Project
Removing Barriers to Promote and Support Energy Management Systems in Municipalities throughout Serbia
Capacity Development for Improved Implementation of Multilateral Environmental Agreements

Focusing on  Resilient Communities

The EU project 'Open Communities – Successful Communities' reached approximately two million inhabitants of municipalities on the migration route that now enjoy better public services and improved local resilience.

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