Has the air in Serbia been polluted since last year or was it already polluted before but we just didn’t pay attention because this topic wasn’t popular on social networks? Did the measuring stations or the European Union open our eyes to breathing polluted air?

Now that we are finally adopting the laws of Sustainable Energy Sources, will we be able to implement them? In that case, what do we need new thermal power plants for? Should we be more afraid of diseases and deaths caused by pollution or energy addiction?

Can we transition to sustainable energy sources without energy efficiency? Do energy cooperatives have the potential for development? And how will local heating plants welcome the new regulations – modestly and in the circle of the closest or outstretched hands towards the citizens?

Will CO2 taxes cost us more than an efficient energy mix? Is there green finance for sustainable energy or is the interest the same everywhere? Since when do we expect it to finance the transition of the energy sector? When will we be able to breathe with the hundred percent lung capacity in the cities in winter? What needs to happen to turn off individual solid fuel furnaces? And what force will extinguish the great furnaces?

Panelists:

Aleksandar Macura, Program Director of the RES Foundation

Milenko Jovanovic, Meteorologist, Founder of the National Ecology Association (NEA)

Sameer Akbar, Specialist for Environmental protection, World Bank

Slobodan Jerotic, Director of JKP Toplana Sabac

Vladimir Djurdjevic, meteorologist, climatologist and professor at the Faculty of Physics in Belgrade, associate in the program “The world you want” by A1

Moderator:

Mirjana Jovanovic, Project Manager of the Belgrade Open School (BOS)

MIKSER TALKS

27th May

11:10-12:10

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Aleksandar Macura
Program Director of the RES Foundation

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Milenko Jovanovic
Meteorologist, Founder of the National Ecology Association (NEA)

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Sameer Akbar
Specialist for Environmental protection, World Bank

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Slobodan Jerotic
Director of JKP Toplana Sabac

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Vladimir Djurdjevic
meteorologist, climatologist and professor at the Faculty of Physics in Belgrade, associate in the program “The world you want” by A1

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Mirjana Jovanovic
Project Manager of the Belgrade Open School (BOS)