Serbia’s Climate Ambition

09.00-11.00 (BST)
10.00 – 12.00 (CEST)
Blue Zone Pavilion, Hall 4, The Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow and via zoom

Serbia signed the Sofia Declaration on Green Agenda for the Western Balkans, reaffirming country’s commitment to compliance with the EU standards and norms, as well as the Paris Agreement targets. This particularly refers to decarbonization of the economies and green businesses transformation.

In this context, Serbia, as well as other countries of the Western Balkans, gradually increases its climate ambition while maintaining the competitiveness of the economy, engaging the corporate sector and at the same time taking care that no one is left behind. In cooperation with international organizations and partners, this event will discuss following challenges: how to set the right ambition and how to mobilize partnerships and financing for implementation?

Meet our Speakers


      Moderator: Miroslav Tadic, UNDP Programme Analyst


Welcoming remarks

Ms. Sara Pavkov
CoP26 Vice President


Serbia’s Increased Climate Ambition

Ms. Sandra Dokic
Assistant Minister for Environmental Protection
and GEF Operational Focal Point for Serbia


Financing solutions for decarbonization & green transition and adapting to new climate reality in Serbia

Mr. Zarko Petrovic
Programme Specialist, UNDP Serbia


Enhanced Transparency System in Serbia

Ms. Dragana Radulovic
UNFCCC FP for Serbia


Support to the implementation of Serbia’s Climate change roadmap: from climate change policies and governance to local and urban climate change actions – the example of the Cities & Climate Change Program

Ms. Nina Hadji
French Development Agency
Ms. Bérengère Mercier


Q&A session


Summary and closing

Serbia’s climate ambition in figures

Insights from 2021 Serbia’s climate ambition