DATE AND TIME: Monday, 08.11.2021. at 7 PM, 60 minutes
PLACE: Online on i
DESCRIPTION: Climate change is becoming more noticeable and the need of climate action is more than necessary. With the Paris Agreement, we have defined the framework within which we must remain in order to prevent the escalation of the changed climate, and COP26 is the first opportunity to check the progress in this area.

Serbia’s approach to the European Union and harmonisation of legislation in this area has been further strengthened by signing the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans, which obliges us to take many steps to reduce all unnecessary emissions to a minimum, with strong EU financial assistance.

The process of transition to carbon neutrality in Serbia will require a great effort to decarbonise our electricity and industrial sectors, but also to accelerate activities that will help adapt to climate change in all sectors.

In order to achieve all this, it is important to understand the significance and benefits that we will have in this process, as well as the ways in which these topics will be communicated in the future and represented in the media.

PANELISTS: Panelists:

–        Antoine Avignon, Program Manager for Environment and Climate Change, EU Delegation, Mission  to Serbia

–        Aleksandar Macura, Program Director, RES Foundation

–        Nemanja Milovic, Founder and editor in chief, Portal Klima101

–        Ana Vukovic Vimic, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade


–        Mirjana Jovanovic, Programme manager, Belgrade Open School, on behalf of the Coalition 27

ORGANIZATORS: This panel discussion is done in cooperation with Coalition 27 and ECO SYSTEM: Environmental Reforms Supporting Programme.

This webinar is supported by the EU Delegation, and it is part of a series of webinars under the theme: “Climate Action is NOW”.


The International Green Culture Festival GREEN FEST is an event dedicated to ecology and environmental protection, which through film educational, exhibition and activist programs encourages a culture of living in accordance with “green” values.

The Twelfth International Festival of Green Culture “Green Fest” will be held from November 8 from 4 pm to November 15 until 10 pm, in a modified, online edition, under the slogan “CLIMATE ALERT”. This year, all content will be completely free. In accordance with the rights to screen, the viewing of films is limited to 1000 visitors per film, and it is possible to watch them only from Serbia.

All those interested in the environment, ecology, climate change, sustainable development, as well as related topics, will be able to watch a total of 7 feature films and 34 medium and short films.

You can find more information about this year`s festival on Full programme is available here.