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The first algae air purifier in Serbia

A photo-bioreactor "LIQUID 3" which converts carbon dioxide into oxygen has been installed in the Municipality of Stari Grad in Belgrade  


How do you light a lightbulb with food waste?

Thanks to the technology it employs, Eso Tron extracts methane from food, gas that would otherwise pollute the environment and warm the planet and transformes it into a raw material for biogas…  


Cities and municipalities in the West Morava basin united for joint response to disasters

To ensure adequate prevention and be better prepared for effective response in case of disasters, 18 cities and municipalities in the West Morava basin, which is particularly prone to the risk of…  


The annual report on the Rio conventions implementation activities in the Republic of Serbia for 2020

The purpose of the „Annual Report on Activities for the Implementation of the Rio Convention in the Republic of Serbia“ is to determine the type and scope of activities in line with the principles…  


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…  


Transitioning to a green economy represents a great opportunity for the Serbian economy to recover from the COVID-19 Pandemic

A study on green financing of the private sector in Serbia presented  


Analysis of the correlations between the COVID-19 pandemic and air quality

Air pollution represents serious public health concern, contributing to the mortality rate, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Detrimental effect of air pollution on health has been well…  


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…  


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…  

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