London toughens measures to protect children from air pollution

London toughens measures to protect children from air pollution

23 August 2021 - London City Hall acknowledged the danger from polluted air for schoolchildren and said it would bring its quality within WHO's limits by 2030

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Contract signed for biomass heating plant in Novi Pazar

05 July 2021 - A contract for the construction of a biomass heating plant in Novi Pazar has been signed at the Serbian Ministry of Mining and Energy.

EBRD EUR 18 million district heating decarbonization Kragujevac

EBRD lends EUR 18 million for district heating decarbonization in Kragujevac

02 July 2021 - Kragujevac will abandon the use of coal in district heating and install gas-fired boilers with a loan of up to EUR 18 million obtained from EBRD

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Nine Western Balkan mayors sign declaration to tackle air pollution

01 July 2021 - Nine Western Balkan mayors have signed a declaration to undertake voluntary measures aimed at reducing air pollution in their cities and municipalities.

Bulgarian citizens court Sofia air pollution

Bulgarian citizens turn to court over air pollution in Sofia

03 June 2021 - Six people filed a legal complaint in Bulgaria over the air quality plan in capital city Sofia and are waiting to see if the case would go to court

Kopac Kosovo no future for coal power plants

Kopač tells Kosovo* there is no future for coal power plants

02 June 2021 - Market liberalization implies rising power prices and Kosovo* must make sure it happens gradually, Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač warned

Srdjan Kukolj HEAL

Greater health engagement and commitment needed to clean up the air in Serbia

12 May 2021 - The launch of the first ever national Air protection Program in the Republic of Serbia with an Action Plan is a unique opportunity to bring down high rates of disease

First 100 households Sarajevo subsidies abandon coal heating

First 100 households in Sarajevo get subsidies to abandon coal in heating

20 April 2021 - The Sarajevo Canton picked 77 beneficiaries that will install wood pellet furnaces and 27 are setting up heat pumps instead of coal for heating

NALED calls for applying ‘polluter pays’ principle in Serbia

15 February 2021 - NALED has called for applying the "polluter pays" principle in Serbia to encourage business and people to cut emissions.

Serbian municipal units can apply for EUR 3 4 million to improve air quality

Serbian municipal units can apply for EUR 3.4 million to improve air quality

03 February 2021 - Serbia set aside funds for the replacement and upgrades of heating systems and to help plant trees and cut the impact of individual sources of pollution

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Bulgaria named EU’s top SO2 polluter, accused of “persistent” breaches of limit values

25 January 2021 - Three environmental organizations have accused Bulgaria of systemically and persistently violating the European Union’s (EU)...

Most read in 2020 on Balkan Green Energy News

Most read articles on Balkan Green Energy News in 2020

31 December 2020 - The energy transition and environmental protection were the most popular topics in 2020 in the English language section on Balkan Green Energy News

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