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How both the environment and the citizens of Šabac pay lower price for heating?

In Šabac, unlike most cities in Serbia, the heating tariff is based on consumption, and not on the size of heated areas. Therefore, citizens are motivated to consume less thermal energy.  


Advancing Medium and Long-Term Adaptation Planning in the Republic of Serbia

To improve Serbia’s legal framework for addressing climate change vulnerabilities and strengthen institutional capacities for integrating climate change adaptation (CCA) measures into decision making…  


The first Dialogue on Serbia's Climate Change Adaptation held in Belgrade

The dialogue is part of the process of developing a National Climate Change Adaptation Plan, which UNDP is preparing in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management,…  


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.  


New digital platform for food donation „Plate by Plate“ launched

Thanks to the cooperation between Delhaize Serbia and the UNDP it has become possible for the first time in our country to make the food donations process be just a click away.  


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…  


Guidelines for establishment and maintenance of forest windbreaks in Serbia

Protective windbreaks are an element of forest vegetation contributing to the state of the environment and reducing risks of hazardous phenomena and processes resulting in soil degradation. Their…  


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.  

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