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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…  


Bio-waste Management Challenge Call officially open for applications

At the Palilula Market in Belgrade today the “Bio-Waste Management Challenge Call” was launched, initiated by the UNDP and the Ministry of Environmental Protection, with the support of the Swedish…  


New product from old refrigerators - recycling for waste reduction and environmental protection

Proper recycling of refrigerators prevents GHG emissions, while the production of absorbers gives us a useful product that is safe for the environment.  


How to address a shrinking population

UNDP is supporting Serbia with an integrated development approach based on SDGs. Many different solutions are available in the country if depopulation is considered in an integrated way, and not just…  


How Digitalisation and Circular Economy Are Enhancing the Competitiveness of Serbia

The Conference on Circular Economy presented how innovation and the use of technology can facilitate the introduction of a circular business model.  


The first energy cooperative in Serbia „Sunny roofs“ was founded in Šabac

Prva energetska zadruga u Srbiji „Sunčani krovovi“ osnovana je udruživanjem građana u Šapcu 6. novembra.  


Smart city – just a catchy phrase or a solution for a sustainable future?

Having smart solutions that save time, energy and money is a great thing, but we also need to make sure that they are integrated into local development strategies and that they serve everyone equally.  


Smart Bag and Green Reading Room won at Climathons in Subotica and Čačak

Global climate event, dedicated to addressing the climate challenges, was held in Subotica and Čačak on 25th and 26th October..  


Climate change was one of the most important topics of the 9th Belgrade security forum

The panelists at "Climate Security: Adaptation, Mitigation, Change" were UNDP Resident Representative in Serbia Fransine Pickup, Minister for the Environmental Protection Goran Trivan, Associate…  

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