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Sustainability around the world – the Great Reset

Sustainability around the world Sustainability around the world   The Environmental Performance Index assesses 180 countries on their environmental health and vitality of their ecosystems. European countries dominate the top 10. Index aims to identify where more work is needed and guide policy-makers. The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) looks at sustainability around the

Green Days 2020

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Green Days 2020 - Zeleni dani – Redefinisanje razvoja Green Days 2020 UNDP Montenegro, in cooperation with the Government of Montenegro and the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro, is organizing the second international conference - "Green Days: Online talks - Rethinking Development" which will be held through a series of virtual discussions

Construction sites in Montenegro during CoVID19

Government of Montenegro: Construction sites are active, construction builders comply with measures and orders construction site gradilište_webp građevinska gradjevinska industrija crna gora gradiliste pdv porezi poreska uprava dozvola građevinska

Government of Montenegro: construction sites are active, construction builders comply with measures and orders. Government of Montenegro: Construction sites are active, construction builders comply with measures and orders Implementation of the important capital investments of the Government of Montenegro flows continuously, despite the difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.  The Public Works Administration

Gas emission cut affected by CoVID19 pandemic

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Gas emission cut affected by CoVID19 pandemic Gas emission cut affected by CoVID19 pandemic Quarantining and lockdowns have forced many countries' industries to shut down, with many factories closing their doors. Nitrogen dioxide emissions are a major air pollutant, and are closely linked to factory

Faculty of fine Arts, University of Montenegro – New Building Cetinje

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Faculty of fine Arts, University of Montenegro - New Building Cetinje The Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje obtained use permit earlier today, whereby the Government and the Public Works Administration successfully completed another project financed from the Capital budget. Positive assessment of the Commission for Technical Acceptance and the conditions for

Bogdanovic, Montenegro’s Minister of Culture at meeting in UNESCO

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Minister of Culture Aleksandar Bogdanovic held a meeting earlier today with representatives of the UNESCO, at its headquarters in Paris. The meeting focused on topics of significance to the world heritage sites in Montenegro, current Government policies of relevance to those areas and ongoing nominations. Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO

Circular Economy: Today only 9%, towards the full scale

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Circular Economy: Today only 9%, towards the full scale Circular Economy: Today only 9%, towards the full scale The immense progress in human development over the past century has provided incredible opportunities for many, yet it has been largely fueled by rapid and accelerating dependency on natural resources – and the extraction

Montenegro continues investing in social infrastructure projects

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Montenegrin PM Marković meets with leadership of Golubovci: Government will continue to invest in strengthening social infrastructure Prime Minister Duško Marković congratulated the leadership and citizens on the Day of Golubovci City Municipality and said that the Government would continue to contribute and invest in strengthening the social infrastructure in Golubovci. The meeting with

Sustainable agriculture: Dutch Tomatoes Case 🍅

To feed 10 billion people by 2050 at the current level of food production efficiency, we’d have to clear most of the world’s forests. The Netherlands is a leader in efficient and sustainable agriculture – and the second-largest exporter of agricultural goods in the world. Duijvestijn Tomatoes uses a

Sustainable Development Goals Explained (SDGs)

In 2015, the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to be attained by 2030, as a follow-up to the Millennium Development Goals (2000-2015) and the Rio+20 Summit (2012). Unlike their predecessors, the SDGs commit both developed and developing countries, and embrace the economic, environmental and social aspects of

Tokyo 2020: the green Olympic games

Tokyo plans to install solar roads ahead of the 2020 Olympics Solar panels we be installed underneath the surface of some roads in Tokyo, according to the Independent. The metropolitan government announced their plans for "solar roads" as part of a campaign to make Tokyo a more eco-friendly city. The change is in

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