EASD focus thematic issues are: — Sustainable Development Goals; – Education for sustainable development; – Sustainable Production and Consumption; – Science (Research and Citizen science and science promotion); – Nature and biodiversity; – Waste and chemicals, and – other working areas (Climate change issues, Sustainable tourism, Sustainable fashion and textile, Policy and governance, Resource efficiency, Circular economy, Water and sanitation, Air pollution, Eco-labeling, Energy-Environment nexus, Environmental rights and justice and security, EU accession and enlargement, Gender issues, Culture and art, Food and nutrition). Environmental Ambassadors for Sustainable Development (Environmental Ambassadors, EASD) is a non-for-profit professional association focusing work on education, as well as the research and science (professional and citizens) promotion, working through the consultancy, expertise, innovation, capacity building, evidence-based advocacy, promotion of natural and culture values, global equality and environmental/climate justice.
EASD representative participated at UNDP organized Meeting: “SERBIA’S CLIMATE TALKS – on the way to Glasgow”, September 22, 2021
December 2020: Report on monitoring the progress of national environmental legislation (Chapter 27) in 2018, 2019, and half-year 2020, with projections through end-2020 / Izveštaj o monitoringu napredovanja nacionalnog zakonodavstva o životnoj sredini (Poglavlje 27) u 2018., 2019. i prvoj polovini 2020. godine, sa projekcijom do kraja 2020.godine (Extended abstract in English, Full text in Serbian)
December 2020: EASD participated to Consultation on the Preparation of the Guidelines for EU Support to Civil Society in the Enlargement region, 2021-2027, through TACSO
November 2020: Joint civil society statement for Sofia Summit
Feb 2020: Reflection to new EU methodology for enlargement: Chapter 27 and new Cluster 4 (in Serbian)
A Guideline of EU Accession Monitoring Tools for CSOs in candidate and potential candidate countries: Chapter 27, ENV.net project document, Belgrade January 2015