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 - 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
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.
19 March 2021 - The United Nations is marking World Water Day 2021 with a global, public conversation about how people value water for all its uses
15 January 2021 - The contest organized by SharaWatch and the Union of Cartoonist of Serbia has attracted some 350 works from 40 countries.
04 January 2021 - Floating waste is devastating the Drina and its tributaries in Serbia, BiH and Montenegro and piling up at hydropower dams
25 December 2020 - The Right to Water initiative has organized a discussion on the nature protection, with an assessment of the harmful impact of run-of-river small hydropower plants.
18 December 2020 - Subotica and its surrounding area expanded the sewerage network in a EUR 27 million project and added a sludge-to-energy unit and a water plant
10 December 2020 - The world's first water futures were launched in the US and possible price spikes may spill over to expenses for ordinary people worldwide
03 December 2020 - Prime Minister-designate Zdravko Krivokapić said the government would ban the construction of small hydropower plants and review all concessions
01 December 2020 - CZŽS from BiH asked the state to determine the transboundary environmental impact of the lithium exploitation and processing project in Serbia