Environmental messages from Brussels

Small hydro-power plant projects have become a sort of a buzz-word around Serbia in 2018. The fight of local communities and activists to defend these rivers have been going on for years already, with escalation in 2018. Complaints on these projects, which are detrimental for the environment, leaving local inhabitants without drinking water and only bringing profit to private investors while emptying public budget – have found its way from Stara planina straight to Brussels.

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What kind of air do we breathe? Join us in the citizens’ monitoring of air quality in Lazarevac

Do you feel like you’re suffocating? Coughing? Respiratory disaeses? Your neighbourhood is always under a heavy curtain of smoke? The news never really tells anything, but you are absolutely sure something’s wrong? You would like to know how things look like for real? Who’s in charge of taking care of the air qualtiy anyway?
Join us! Belgrade Open School invites you to take part in the action of civil monitoring of air quality in Lazarevac, starting from February to April 2019.

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Countries of the Western Balkans supported alignment of the Energy and Climate Plans with the European Union

Only a day after the EU has published its long-term Climate Strategy, with the aim of achieving zero GHG emissions by the year of 2050, and only a couple days before the COP 24 in Poland, the ministries of the region, gathered at the Ministerial Council of Energy Community, adopted a document on 2030 goals.

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