TOWARDS A CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN THE EU - COMPLETED TASKS AND NEW OBJECTIVES

The most important results are achieved in the field of ecological design. It is estimated that the new product design standards, in the three-year period from 2016 to 2019, resulted in achieving savings in energy consumption which is sufficient, for example, to supply electricity throughout Italy. 

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Chapter 27 through the seasons

It seems that one of the key obstacles  for effective participation of civil society organizations in the process of European integration of Serbia lies in the fact that their participation in working groups for adopting regulations isn’t precisely defined.

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Citizens are participating in the measuring of air quality in Serbia

On Monday, February 11, 2019, training for participants in civil monitoring and air quality measurement, which will be conducted in cooperation with the Belgrade Open School, was organized in Veliki Crljeni. Citizens interested in measuring the quality of air, who applied for participation in the measurement, had the opportunity to hear more about the issue of air quality in Serbia, to meet with the project team of the Belgrade Open School and to inform about the upcoming measuring of air quality.

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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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