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Resources 'Serbia'

Main objectives: The main objective of Ecoregister is to provide the public with easy, quick and user-friendly access to information about the environment and improve the general accessibility of…
Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia and the Environmental Protection Agency of the Republic of Serbia, with the support of the Organization for…
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has replied to a complaint on the Gazela Bridge project in Serbia that was submitted on September 2009 by CEKOR and CEE Bankwatch Network. The complainants grounded…
The Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning has recognized that one of the biggest environmental problems in Serbia is an inadequate waste management. This problem arises due to a poorly…
The programme Supporting Environmental Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in South Eastern Europe (SECTOR) promotes the development of a vibrant and democratic environmental civil society within SEE…
During 2008, the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) developed and hosted a 5-day training course for civil society organizations (CSOs) known as Master Class. Through…
Practical Guide for Authorities on the Aarhus Convention and related new legislation in Serbia. In Serbian.
Country Need Assessment on PRTR (Extract in English is also available. In Serbian.
The 2001-03 project provided a framework for supporting the development of the Aarhus Convention Implementation Strategy at both national and regional levels in South Eastern Europe (SEE). It aimed…
UNITAR and UNECE launched in 2004 a series of pilot projects to assist countries in preparing a National Profile to assess and strengthen capacities to implement the Aarhus Convention. The National…