Climate change reminds us that, despite rapid technological development, we are still completely dependent on nature, that is, natural resources and natural cycles. In the panel, we will discuss how the EU Green Deal can support the establishment of the ecological network NATURA 2000 and reduce the risk of climate change. One of the topics will be how protected areas can help us mitigate climate….
For years we have witnessed that the air in Serbia increasingly polluted. The causes are various - from the increase in economic activities, the increase in electricity exports, to the changed climatic conditions. Of course, this is not a phenomenon that is exclusively related to Serbia, the air quality around the world is getting worse. What is the EU doing to fight for cleaner air?….
The amount of clothing purchased in Serbia 80.000t year, it is often very questionable quality and composition. In order for clothes to be affordable, they are made of cheap materials - primarily plastic (polyester) and generally have a very short shelf life. Such clothes are equally harmful to the Planet - such as a plastic bottle or bag. The cause is a system of fast….
Why it is important to protect the diversity of flora and fauna?Do Serbian citizens know the natural beauties of their country?How is important for our country to join the network Natura 2000?These are some of the topics what we asked ourselves and they motivated us to organize this contest and we will highlight on Thursday, December 17th, 2020 on the final ceremony dedicated to the….
The Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia is celebrating the European Green Week dedicated to the “zero pollution ambition” from May 31st to June 4th. On 4th June, the Secretary of State of the Environmental Protection Ms. Jelena Tanaskovic and the Head of the cooperation sector of the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia, Mr. Ingve Engstrom,….