For years now, we are witnessing that the air in Serbia is getting increasingly polluted. The causes are various – from underinvestment and not entering the energy transition, the increase of economic activities, energy poverty, etc. Of course, this is not a phenomenon that is exclusively related to Serbia, the air quality around the world is getting worse. What is the EU and Serbia doing in the fight for cleaner air?
Pollution data is relentless and unambiguous – but what exactly do they tell us? Where does the pollution come from? What are the consequences?
Some cities in Serbia are taking the lead in terms of air pollution, and the local population is endangered. Are citizens well informed? Who pollutes? How does the fight for cleaner air at the local level look like?
The European Green Agenda and the Investment package for the Western Balkans are great instruments that should contribute to improving air quality and the environment, but… When will we get out of the fog?
Program manager for the environment and climate change, EU Delegation, Mission to Serbia
Project manager, Belgrade Open School, on behalf of the Coalition 27
Communications Coordinator, Climate Action Network (CAN Europe), on behalf of the Coalition 27
This panel discussion is implemented toghther with Coalition 27.
This webinar is supported by the EU Delegation, and it is part of a series of webinars under the theme: “Green agenda for Serbia”.
Simultaneous translation is provided RS/EN.