Money talks – New Report of Coalition 27

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

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 follows the annual report publication of the European Commission.

The report was presented on a panel of discussion with a participation of over 70 persons. Main speakers were Mirjana Jovanović, manager of the energy, climate and the environment of Belgrade’s Open School (Coalition 27); Goran Trivan, Minister of Environmental Protection; Simon Ilse, director of the office of the Heinrich Bel Foundation in Serbia and Milica Damnjanović Zantworth, a volunteer of the organization “Friday for the Future”.

You can download the report on our website in “the publications” section.


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