Environmental Protection

Green Agenda: A Chance for Better Life, Rather Than Burdensome Rules
Modified:16 Apr 20

Green Agenda: A Chance for Better Life, Rather Than Burdensome Rules

Green Agenda for the Western Balkans should encourage energy savings, renewable energy, circular economy, as well as nurturing of the region’s exceptional biodiversity. Considering a relatively low number of inhabitants, standing at 18 million, change in the region should be a simpler endeavor compared to some larger economies – if executed efficiently, with consistent political […]

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Green Incubator
Modified:04 Mar 20

Green Incubator

In January, we have started the implementation of the Green Incubator project. The project leader is Belgrade Open School, partners are Young Researchers of Serbia and the Environmental Engineering Group. We’re about to lunch our first activities, so get ready! More about projects on our “Current Projects” page.

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Team from Niš WINNER of the International Competition “Danube Art Master 2019”
Modified:10 Oct 19

Team from Niš WINNER of the International Competition “Danube Art Master 2019”

The Danube Art Master winners are selected by 13 countries, which share the Danube River Basin, including Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The competition is open to all children and schools across the 13 countries that make up the Danube River Basin. Around 663 […]

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Money talks – New Report of Coalition 27
Modified:09 May 19

Money talks – New Report of Coalition 27

Report Chapter 27 in Serbia: Money talks is the 6th annual report that tackles important developments in the area of environmental protection and climate change in detail. This Coalition 27 reports primarily addresses the topics related to Chapter 27 discussed at the EU accession negotiations between March 2018 and February 2019 and as such it […]

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Obedska bara as an example of sustainable agriculture, an article published in Info – Europa (Die Presse)
Modified:14 Nov 18

Obedska bara as an example of sustainable agriculture, an article published in Info – Europa (Die Presse)

Following the invitation of the editor of Info – Europa (published as a supplement of the daily newspaper Die Presse) Milka Gvozdenovic from YRS has written an article about sustainable agriculture in SEE. The need for stronger dialogue and cooperation between stakeholders on sustainable agriculture development in SEE region is illustrated with an example from […]

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Work from Serbia among the winners of “Danube Art Master 2018”
Modified:16 Nov 18

Work from Serbia among the winners of “Danube Art Master 2018”

VIENNA, 29 October 2018 – Susanne Brandstetter, Chairperson of the Public Participation Expert Group of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR), responsible for promoting the Danube Art Master initiative in the Danube River Basin, announced the results of this year’s international competition … The authors of the third-ranked work on […]

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The return of the Ibis – our work continues
Modified:31 Jul 18

The return of the Ibis – our work continues

YRS has received support from the Ministry of the Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia to continue the project in Obedska bara. This year our focus will be the realization of the international voluntary workcamp and printing of road maps indicating Obedska bara. The project will be implemented in cooperation with public enterprise Vojvodinasume […]

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BioNET network – position paper on biodiversity in Western Balkan countries
Modified:01 Jun 18

BioNET network – position paper on biodiversity in Western Balkan countries

Young Researchers of Serbia has coordinated preparation of the CSOs’ position paper on biodiversity policy and EU negotiation Chapter 27. The position paper points the need for improved cooperation on the regional but also on the EU level and emphases numerous problems in the nature protection sector as well the challenges in the work of […]

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