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14 innovative solutions for better air quality in Serbia presented

The approximate value of all 14 selected solutions for better air quality amounts to 1 million USD, and UNDP has supported one innovative solution.  


Network of Women Mayors and Presidents of Municipalities in Serbia established

Women Mayors and Presidents of Municipalities in Serbia signed the Solidarity Charter, committing to act jointly in order to achieve full gender equality.  


Roadmap for Circular Economy in Serbia

The Roadmap for Circular Economy in Serbia is a process aiming to gather, promote and connect the identified stakeholders whose knowledge, innovation and creativity can contribute to a faster…  


Report on air quality protection at the local self-government level in the Republic of Serbia

Air pollution is currently one of the most important environmental risks to human health. It is perceived as one of the greatest threats to human well-being around world, together with climate change…  


Call for innovative circular economy solutions

We are looking for innovative and cost-effective projects, business models and technical solutions that will contribute to lowering community carbon footprint by applying circular economy principles.  


EU and UNDP support the Serbian health sector with emergency vehicles, mobile ventilators and protective suits

Five medical vehicles, equipped with mobile ventilators and personal protective equipment were handed over to the Belgrade Institute for Emergency Medicine and to the Public Health Institute of…  


Can open data transform tourism?

The pandemic might offer a timely opportunity for a fruitful discussion on how Serbia’s citizens could enjoy more of what their own country can offer in terms of cultural, historical or natural…  


Serbian repats: what did we learn from stories of return?

Circular migration is an integral part of a complex issue of depopulation. In Serbia, one half of the circle – diaspora returnees and foreign migrant workers – is almost entirely missing.  


Bio-Waste Management Challenge: Application Deadline Extended!

Due to the circumstances caused by the coronavirus epidemic in Serbia, the application deadline for the "Bio-waste Management Challenge" is extended until May 15, 2020.  


Impact of climate change on fruit and vegetable production in Central Serbia

Agriculture in Serbia already faces significant losses due to climate change. Increased drought occurrences and periods of high temperatures and extreme precipitation have already affected the yields…  

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