02 November 2021 - Environmentalists are campaigning against the sale of the Jaroslav Černi Water Institute due to risks for the availability of drinking water
01 November 2021 - A newly built wastewater treatment facility in the Serbian city of Kruševac is making biogas out of sludge dried in the Sun
07 October 2021 - The Ministry of Economy has invited bids for the sale of the Jaroslav Černi Water Institute, the leading scientific research organization in the sector of water.
01 October 2021 - GWP-Med will hold an online workshop on the gender equality factor in the Drin river basin through the prism of the water-energy-food-ecosystems nexus
21 September 2021 - Some 800 cows and 200 horses almost died of thirst earlier this month on Mt. Suva Planina after their sole source of drinking water dried up.
20 August 2021 - Zrenjanin is thirsty and its inhabitants are holding regular protest drives and demanding that all people in the city's territory get potable water from the waterworks
15 July 2021 - The Serbian parliament has approved controversial changes to the Water Law, introducing no-bid agreements for the lease of public waterside land despite opposition from non-governmental organizations.
13 July 2021 - In the referendum on drinking water, 86.6 percent of citizens voted against the changes of the water act adopted by the parliament.
13 July 2021 - RERI, backed by 36 organizations, calls for the proposed changes to the Water Law to be scrapped due to the exclusion of the public, claiming it legalizes corruption
03 July 2021 - Participants of the workshop said an increasing number of women from different spheres are becoming active in efforts to protect the environment and that they have the enthusiasm and energy to combine their strengths to create models for sustainable development with a particular focus on gender issues.
28 June 2021 - Croatian divers have pulled out nearly 15 tons of waste in an underwater clean-up operation on the Adriatic island of Vis.
10 June 2021 - The workshop “Gender dimensions in the sustainable management of natural resources through a Nexus approach in the Drina River Basin” is to take place on June 23. Read more and register.
08 June 2021 - Activists in Slovenia managed to get enough signatures to hold a referendum in an attempt to discard the recent amendments to the Waters Act.
28 May 2021 - Integrated management of water, energy, and land resources, while protecting ecosystems, remains a substantial challenge in the Western Balkans.
14 May 2021 - Organizers of the annual Bled Water Festival in Slovenia expanded their activities by establishing the European Water Sommelier Association or EWSA
06 May 2021 - Slovenia’s Bled Water Festival has announced a call for awards for innovative and sustainable solutions that preserve the water environment.