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Serbia’s Climate Talks held in anticipation of COP26 in Glasgow

In anticipation of the global UN Climate Change Conference COP26, a dialogue was held on bolstering Serbia's climate ambitions and adapting to climate change  


Assessment of the efficiency of support to environmental research

Environmental protection is certainly one of the priority areas of research performed by science and research institutions. Research and development in this area is also recognized as a key driver of…  


Can Artificial Intelligence and satellite images help make our rivers free of waste?

In order to help the Ministry of Environmental Protection and other competent institutions in Serbia to find faster and more efficient way to detect less detectable dump sites along the Lim River…  


Remove the illegal dumpsite - mobile application through which citizens can report illegally dumped waste has been launched

On occasion of Earth Day, which is celebrated on April 22, the Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) and UNDP, in cooperation with the Ministry of Environmental Protection, are launching “Remove the…  


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.  


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…  


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.  

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