Vojin Djordjevic: Preciousness of Unprocessed Water

When VODAVODA first appeared on our market in 2004, in just three months, it won millions of consumers and a third of the domestic market of bottled water. The water factory stopped operation in the meantime, VODAVODA disappeared from the shelves and the rest of us were deprived of one …

Marija JEVTIC: We Have Upset the Planet – Now It Retalitates against Us

On the occasion of the World Environment Day, we had the opportunity to listen to the lecture by professor Marija Jevtic, Ph.D. on air, climate, energy and their importance for health. Marija Jevtic is a hygiene specialist, a subspecialist of communal hygiene with the pathology of the settlement and a …

INTERVIEW: Filip Radovic and Verica Jovanovic

SEPA AND BATUT: Key Partners for Improving EcoHealth The concern about the state of the whole ecosystem, contained in the conceptual goals of EcoHealth, requires interaction between all expert services and institutions of the health system and environmental protection. In order to present that systematic health care is systematic in our …

Ph.D. Aleksandar Joksimovic: The Adriatic is Our Heritage – We Must Preserve It!

With four national parks and a multitude of forest systems, more than 50 protected plant species and 320 animal species, although small in size, Montenegro has three different natural environments at a distance of only 100 kilometers: the coast, karstland, and the region of high mountains. In 1988, the Montenegrin parliament …

Clean Technology Is an Exportation Leverage of the Greenest Country in the World

Having been investing in the health sector and environmental protection for decades, Finland is now highly ranked among the world’s leading countries with the most advanced standards of environmental protection and health technology. In a conversation with Pertti Ikonen, Finnish ambassador in Serbia, we found out what measures the Finns …