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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.  


Zero-waste, no pollution & “green” power in production of essential oils in Serbia

In the town of Gornja Mutnica, in the vicinity of Paracin, on about 315 hectares of plantations of the Serbian-Belgian company Sanicula, many Mediterranean cultures are organically grown.  


No life without it

United Nations have marked the International Clean Air Day – for Blue Skies, and on the occasion UNDP RR Francine Pickup spoke to Vreme Magazine.  


Clean air challenge: Calling for innovations to reduce air pollution in Serbia and improve air quality

In order to contribute to improving the quality of the air that we all breath, UNDP Serbia, UNICEF and WHO, are soliciting legal entities to propose innovative ways of producing or procuring…  


"Climate box" soon in front of young people in Serbia

Children and young people in Serbia will soon receive a national version of an innovative, interactive textbook on climate change called "Climate Box".  


Manual on techniques and methods for identification and separation of waste containing polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs)

This document - Manual on techniques and methods for identification and separation of waste containing polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) was prepared for e-waste recyclers in order to assist…  


Study on nature-based climate solutions in Serbia

This study is based on a comprehensive desk analysis aiming to identify and assess various Nature-Based Solutions (NBS), their links with climate change impacts and their applicability in and…  


“No Waste Kitchen” Giveaway

Sweden and UNDP, in partnership with the Ministry of Environmental Protection, are initiating the “No Waste Kitchen” Giveaway, to promote the reduction of food waste in households.  


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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