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Enabling Eco-innovations under EU environmental Legislation
May 28, 2018

Enabling Eco-innovations under EU environmental Legislation

The workshop “Enabling eco-innovations under EU environmental legislation" organized within the "Make it Work in Central and Eastern Europe (MiW-CEE)" project will take place on 11 and 12 June 2018 at the REC Headquarters in Szentendre, Hungary. The upcoming workshop will focus on end-of-waste and eco innovations under EU environmental legislation with...

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EU–Serbia Talanoa Conference on climate action held in Belgrade
May 16, 2018

EU–Serbia Talanoa Conference on climate action held in Belgrade

On 16 May, the European Commission and the Serbian Ministry of Environmental Protection organized an EU–Serbia Talanoa conference to discuss the implementation of the national climate plans put forward by the EU and Serbia as part of their contribution towards the objectives of the Paris Agreement on climate change. This high-level conference provided participants...

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PRO NEWS Programme in Europe Day Celebrations in Albania
May 14, 2018

PRO NEWS Programme in Europe Day Celebrations in Albania

On Europe Day (9 May), the EU Delegation and Member States organized a series of festive activities, among which the EU Village, located in the center of Tirana, on the "Skanderbeg" Square. All EU-funded projects in Albania participated in this activity. Distributed in different tents of the “village”, the projects presented the work done in accordance...

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Europa Diary Winners visit Regional Environmental Center in Szentendre
May 11, 2018

Europa Diary Winners visit Regional Environmental Center in Szentendre

The Regional Environmental Center had the pleasure of hosting a group of 48 secondary school students and 20 teachers from Serbia today. This visit is one of the many organized within the study visit supported by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia for participants of the Europa Diary competition, with their creative and innovative works (literature,...

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Joining Forces to Promote Integrated Water Resources Management in the MENA Region
May 10, 2018

Joining Forces to Promote Integrated Water Resources Management in the MENA Region

The regional WATER SUM workshop on the principles of integrated water resources management was the last and biggest in a series of three events concluding four years of project implementation in the MENA region. The event gathered over 90 participants from the water sector in the three beneficiary countries (Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia), as well as representatives of relevant...

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Counting the successes of Water SUM and looking into the future
May 10, 2018

Counting the successes of Water SUM and looking into the future

The WATER SUM event “Promoting Sustainable Water Action in the MENA Region” was held in Tunis on March 27, 2018, bringing together representatives from the three project beneficiary countries (Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia), international financing and donor organisations, and the embassies of Sweden and Hungary. The goal of the meeting was to highlight the...

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Climate Change and Civil Society in the Context of the Talanoa Dialogue
May 8, 2018

Climate Change and Civil Society in the Context of the Talanoa Dialogue

Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe - REC, Office in Serbia, in cooperation with the Center for Ecology and Sustainable Development (CEKOR), has held a round table on the topic of "Climate Change and Civil Society in Serbia in the context of the Talanoa Dialogue". More than 50 representatives of civil society, media, academia and the...

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