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Green Projects of Serbian Scientists – Biopesticides for Protection of Trees From Deadly Pests

The spongy moth is one of the most dangerous forest pests in Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. This invasive pest can weaken and destroy trees by defoliating, i.e. destroying the leaves....

MT-KOMEX built the first power plant in the European union

The company MT-KOMEX built a photovoltaic power plant in Sisak-Moslavina County in Croatia. For the first time, the company worked within the borders of the European Union, thus expanding its operations outside...

Carbon Farms Make Agriculture More Sustainable

Greenhouse gas emissions cause several negative consequences on the planet, such as air pollution, increasing ocean acidity and perhaps the most talked about problem – global warming. Research conducted in almost all corners...

Possibilities of Artificial Intelligence in Environmental Protection

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used for environmental protection, offering ever-increasing possibilities. We cannot see and translate most of the connections that determine the state of the environment into equations. This...

Walk, Recycle, Earn Tokens

Imagine walking through the city or riding a bike in nature while at the same time contributing to the city by getting one more tree, feeding an animal or simply winning a...

Environmental Labelling and Eco-Labels

The fact remains that the stability of our planet has been irreversibly damaged and that human civilization has contributed to this state with its activities, especially in terms of energy and resource...

Green Transformation of the Republic of Croatia

Access to European Union funds provides the Republic of Croatia with the necessary finances for investments in infrastructure construction, as well as green and digital transition. Thanks to this, the country can...

Good Management of Protected Areas Leads to Better Nature Conservation

The Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia, which deals with the protection and improvement of natural heritage, currently has 472 protected areas in Serbia under its jurisdiction, spanning 762,960 hectares or 8.62...

Charge&GO Pushes the Boundaries of E-Mobility

Charge&GO continues to expand its network of chargers, accelerating the pace as the summer season approaches. The charging infrastructure is the foundation on which the future of electromobility is built, which is...

Čelinac gets two Solar Power Plants

The municipality of Čelinac is located not far from Banja Luka. One part of the territory extends at an altitude of 800 meters; in the largest part of the municipality, the altitude...

With Luxen Solar to a Healthier Environment

We live in a time when we face major global challenges to prevent further environmental pollution and ensure a healthy and environmentally clean environment. Every individual must contribute to this goal, as...

EU Support for Green Transition Projects in Serbia

The European Union launched the European Green Deal, paving the way for a comprehensive approach to green in all sectoral policies. The Green Deal was extended to the Western Balkans in the...

Green Kilowatts for the Supply of 10,000 Households

The companies B2 Nova Sun, B2 Sunspot, and Elektroprivreda Srbije, a joint stock company, signed electricity purchase and balance responsibility contracts for two solar power plants. B2 Nova Sun – Nova Crnja...

Development of Environmental Protection

Humanity’s contemplation about its negative impact on nature has left a written trace dating back several centuries. Yet, at that time, there was not enough knowledge about the extent to which such...

Improving Environmental Protection in Serbia

Solving environment-related problems and protecting the environment are still the top priorities and challenges for both people living in the Republic of Serbia and state institutions. In 2023, the Ministry of Environmental...

Precise Strategies and Plans for Mitigating the Consequences of Climate Change

Biodiversity is particularly important for Romania because around 23 per cent of the country’s surface is occupied by protected natural areas, which are part of the Natura 2000 network of protected areas in the European Union. Romania has...

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