This brief is the first of four briefs prepared within the framework of the project
„Woody biomass: win-win or lose-lose? Energy, climate and air pollution effects of
biomass to power projects in the context of selected Western Balkan countries.”
The aim of this study by the Belgrade Center for Security Policy is to analyse the political debate surrounding the Jadar Project. It presents the development of the debate around Lithium in Serbia, the key actors, and the dominant discourses that formulated it.
The Green Agenda is a key process for planning the development of our society
for this decade, and it is vital that it contains all the elements that a good
plan must have: ambitious goals, feasible steps towards those goals, financial
resources for implementation, as well as mandatory evaluation and means for
adjustment and correction. This is the only way we can effectively carry out
the upcoming reforms for the benefit of all citizens. This, the tenth report by Coalition 27, provides an overview of these issues from the point of view of civil
Greece, Serbia, Poland, and Bulgaria are at different stages of community energy development and therefore there is a need to provide a platform to dive deeper into the current state of the legal framework on energy communities/prosumers as well as to discuss legislative possibilities and limitations regarding the topic.
After decades of warnings, it seems that the green transition – the huge change that should slow down, mitigate, and eventually stop, if not reverse, the threatening deterioration of living conditions on this planet – is finally on everybody’s lips. This edition of Perspectives explains the concept of a just transition - a way to make the change without leaving anyone behind.
The Heinrich Bell Foundation, in cooperation with IPSOS, conducted a public opinion poll on the environment and ecology in late October and early November. The research topics were: ecology, air and water pollution, waste management, climate change, environmental priorities and solving environmental problems.
Over the past year, we have witnessed ever-increasing public interest in issues related to the environment and climate change. In spite of this, progress on Chapter 27 has, in many ways, remained in quarantine.