And the fourth UNDP workshop on the challenges facing Serbia with climate change exhibition of climate change experts was followed by more than one hundred people
How to best respond to the challenges that Serbia is facing due to the changed conditions of climate change – was the main topic of the two-day workshop organized by the UNDP, held on Fruska Gora on November 30 and December 1. Numerous domestic experts from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management presented papers on climate change and analyzed impacts on the agricultural, water management, energy and infrastructure sectors with more than 100 workshop participants. In addition to the participants who followed the gathering in the hall, the event was followed by numerous participants from other cities in Serbia via the zoom platform.
Like the previous three meetings in Belgrade, Nis and Kragujevac, most attention during the presentation and discussion was paid to activities carried out with national professional, research and scientific institutions, as well as measures aimed at reducing the risk of disasters and natural disasters. Special emphasis was placed on prevention and adaptation measures based on experiences, good practices and lessons learned at the local government level.
The event, organized on Fruska Gora, proved to be another excellent gathering of the best experts in the field of climate change, as well as representatives of local governments dealing with agriculture, energy and infrastructure, water management, project preparation, local development and by reducing risk. During the two days, representatives of relevant public companies, agricultural professional services, teachers in agricultural and construction schools, as well as representatives of non-governmental organizations and the private sector joined in the search for the best solutions.
Attached are presentations from the trainings:
First day of training 11.30.2021.
Second day of training 1.12.2021.