For a Quick Print of the New Home, Stop by Čačak

Nowadays, the construction industry must progress rapidly to follow world trends. Constructors and manufacturers of construction machines are constantly working on improving technical capabilities to meet all the requirements in modern facilities construction. This industry is facing significant challenges since it is necessary to protect the environment by reducing non-renewable …

This Is How CO2 Can Be Transformed Into Food for Animals

A British biotechnology start-up is converting industrial greenhouses gases into protein for animal fodder. The company uses a process it says can help to feed the world’s growing population while simultaneously being sustainable. Deep Branch uses micro-organisms to synthesize carbon dioxide (CO2), the main climate-warming greenhouse gas, into a protein-rich …

Global Recycling Day

Every year, the Earth yields billions of tons of natural resources and at some point, in the not too distant future, it will run out. That’s why we must think again about what we throw away – seeing not waste, but opportunity. The last decade has been the hottest on …

Photo Exhibition „Natura 2000 in the Frame”

The project „EU for Natura 2000 in Serbia” organised in collaboration with the Energy Portal a photo contest „Natura 2000 in the frame” from September to November 2020. Out of more than 1,500 received photographs, three winning and 31 best semi-finalist photographs were selected and are displayed at an outdoor …

Backed by Space Technology, Asia-Pacific Countries Power Sustainable Development

Asian and Pacific nations are leveraging space technology and geospatial information to respond to challenges on the ground, including in their efforts to contain the spread and mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new United Nations report. Released on Wednesday, UN Economic and Social Commission for …

Mongolia Receives New $23.1 Million Gcf Grant to Strengthen Climate Resilience

The Green Climate Fund approved a new US$23.1million grant to UNDP supported project aimed at strengthening climate resilience in Mongolia. The grant comes at a time when the country is facing a range of natural disasters, climate change is multiplying the challenges with estimated economic costs around $10-15 million annually, …

Beyond Tourism – Investing in Local Communities to Protect Africa’s Wild Spaces

For ten years, Dixon Parmuya has guided tourists on bush walks around Amboseli National Park in Southern Kenya. But since COVID-19 swept through Kenya in mid-March, the country’s tourism industry has dwindled, leaving many locals without jobs and animals without protection. The coronavirus pandemic is creating what experts are calling …