Letters from Poznan: About (im)possible energy policy

Have you ever heard of Poznan?

Within the Berlin Process, representatives of the countries of the region meet every year at the European Union - Western Balkans Summit.

This year, Poznan hosted a number of representatives of the Western Balkans, business and civil sectors from July 3rd to July 5th

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How much do we know about climate change?

Within the project "Climate Change and Protected Areas", which the Belgrade Open School conducts in cooperation with the World Wildlife Fund- WWF Serbia, a workshop "Climate Change, Biodiversity and Protected Areas" was held on 5 July 2019. The workshop was attended by 15 experts in the field of biology, forestry and climate change - and everyone agreed that this is a challenging topic and that multidisciplinary approach is the only solution. The goal of the project is to analyze whether and in what way protected areas have recognized climate change and have incorporated this topic into management plans.

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Where is the green wave taking us?

It is clear that without the Greens there will not be a stable pro-European majority in the European Parliament. The prominent politicians among the Greens emphasized their key topics,  such as: concrete measures in the fight against climate change, investment and social cohesion, as well as absolute commitment to human rights promotion, especially in the states where it is endangered.

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CITIZENS AND TRADE UNIONS AS LEADERS OF CHANGE AND ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS IN ENERGY TRANSITION

Last weekend, the team of the Belgrade Open School in the program area Energy, Climate and Environment worked in Sremski Karlovci, in association with citizens and representatives of the Kolubara mining basin, discussing important issues such as air quality and fair energy transition.

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