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How the First Digitized Farm in Serbia Increased Yield Despite Drought

Nikola Lončar from Belegiš, is the first farmer in Serbia to embark on the adventure of digitizing the fields where he grows vegetables for sale.  


COP26 Global Climate Conference in Glasgow: Can the world turn the tide of climate change?

Increasing the share of renewable sources in the energy mix, as well as greater energy efficiency, is the only way to energy security.  


Exhibition "The Climate and us - the (in)visible impact" opened

The focus of this exhibition is the impact of climate change on people's lives in Serbia, especially during last summer, which was the fifth warmest in our country in the last 70 years.  


The Climate and Us - the (in)visible impact

Due to the fact that negative effects of climate change are already here, though all of us may not “see” them yet, we have to adapt in order to survive.  


Don’t Choose Extinction - the dinosaur calls on humanity to shift away from fossil fuel subsidies

Fossil fuel subsidies are both inefficient and inequitable.  


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,…  


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…  


Leading Spanish media on innovative Serbian idea for climate-resilient cities

The first photobioreactor, using the microalgae to capture carbon dioxide and release the oxygen in urban areas, will be installed in the Serbian city of Smederevo - report the leading Spanish media.  

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