Rio Tinto eager to reopen talks with Serbian government on Jadar project

Rio Tinto eager to reopen talks with Serbia on Jadar lithium project

06 May 2022 - At the annual shareholders' meeting in Australia the company's top executives said that the project is perfect

Communal waste Serbia unused source

Municipal waste – Serbia’s untapped resource

02 April 2022 - We continue the series called Serbia, from garbage dumps to circular economy, with an article on municipal waste management. We spoke to Gojkan Stojinović, Jovanka Dakić and Milica Lukić.

EPCG to start reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja by end of April rovcanin

EPCG to start reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja by end of April

01 April 2022 - The EUR 54 million contract for the reconstruction was signed with the consortium DEC International-Bemax-BB Solar-Permonte

NEA Severe air pollution Serbia 2021

NEA: Severe air pollution registered in Serbia in 2021

05 January 2022 - While the official report may not be published until September, NEA already issued an analysis of air pollution data in Serbia for last year

Geothermal water California Stanton Sea US lithium demand

Geothermal-rich California could cover US lithium demand

01 December 2021 - The Salton Sea in the southern part of California can supply 600,000 tons of lithium per year, an amount exceeding the current annual consumption of the US

EU Western Balkans Green Agenda Action Plan

Adopted Green Agenda Action Plan for Western Balkans brings EUR 9 billion in grants, 2024 deadline to align with EU ETS

06 October 2021 - The EU prepared a EUR 30 billion investment package and the Western Balkans must implement climate action reforms from Green Agenda Action Plan

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Study: industrially contaminated sites throughout Serbia threaten human health

23 September 2021 - The study was issued in 2020 but has only recently become publicly available, thanks to a local NGO in Bor.

Citizens against construction of waste incinerator in Sisak

Citizens against construction of waste incinerator in Sisak

02 September 2021 - Zelena akcija and initiative "Siščani nisu smetlišćani!" have asked the Croatian government to stop the project.

EU countries fail cut emissions most toxic lignite-fired plants

EU countries fail to minimize pollution from large combustion plants

18 August 2021 - EEB warns of a massive financial and health bill as big industrial units that use lignite stretched rules from the Industrial Emissions Directive

IPTO completes Crete-Peloponnese power link Crete to burn less oil to produce electricity

IPTO completes Crete-Peloponnese power link – Crete to burn less oil to produce electricity

21 May 2021 - This first interconnection between Crete and the mainland will cover a third of the island’s energy needs, substituting aged local power plants.

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

Noise kills 12 000 Europe road traffic

Noise kills at least 12,000 people in Europe every year

16 December 2020 - Long-term exposure to environmental noise in Europe contributes to 48.000 new cases of heart disease and 12.000 premature deaths per year

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