The Great Plant Hunt: Eco-Schools Toyota Biodiversity Educational Project

Eco-Schools – Toyota Biodiversity Educational Project

The project will focus on biodiversity with a particular emphasis on plants and their associated species. The project will include educational aspects, based on the FEE Educational Principles, and practical activities based on resources developed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew with funding from the Wellcome Trust. Kew and the Wellcome Trust will be acknowledged on all material adapted from the Great Plant Hunt (GPH). Where possible links with Toyota retailers will be encouraged, especially in MM5 countries (countries with strong Toyota presence). The project will run for five years.  


The Foundation for Environmental Education is a non-governmental, non-profit charity aimed at promoting sustainable development through environmental education. A global presence, more than 80 countries around the world are engaged in working with various FEE programmes. The organisation is recognised by UNESCO as a world-leader within the fields of Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Development.

Toyota Motor Europe established the Toyota Fund for Europe to collaborate with non-profit organisations on community activities that support the environment, technical education and road safety. The projects supported by the Toyota Fund for Europe aim at raising awareness and creating positive change.

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Kew’s mission is to be the global resource for plant and fungal knowledge and the world’s leading botanic garden. The Wellcome Trust is a global charitable foundation dedicated to improving health by supporting bright minds in science, the humanities and social sciences and public engagement.   

The Great Plant Hunt was commissioned and funded by The Wellcome Trust to mark the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth.  The materials were developed and created by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Objectives of the project

  1. Develop young people as advocates for conservation & promotion of local biodiversity actions
  2. Develop science based resources in line with the Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) principles to allow teachers to promote biodiversity education activity
  3. Meet Kew/FEE principles
  • Easy to apply
  • Promote critical thinking by “go and see”/study approach (learn by doing)
  • Consistent with CBD/Green Corridor
  1. Help meet EU/UN targets for biodiversity education
  2. Develop module as part of FEE school programmes.

Materials prepared for schools will follow the FEE Educational Principles and will be living examples of Education for Sustainable Development.


Eco-Schools implementation of the project

Step I Registration

Interested schools wishing to take part, must register with the National Operator (NO) to begin. The NO approves the list of schools taking part. NOs register the schools and enter the school’s information to the FEE database.

Step 2 Review

Following the guidelines and resources, schools will review the initial situation to get a baseline before any actions take place. This part is vital if schools are to track their progress and celebrate their success. Schools must carry out a baseline Biodiversity Awareness Survey to examine levels of awareness surrounding biodiversity and its importance. There will be a number of essential questions which schools will need to answer. However, schools are welcome to come up with a more extensive set of questions as part of the review process. The questions will take into account the age and ability of the user. The results should be publicised.

Another important element of the review is to create a habitat map of the school grounds and record the species present. Schools will need to think about the seasons, weather and time of year, as biodiversity is strongly influenced by all. Schools will use ID charts adapted from Kew’s Great Plant Hunt. Sample ID charts will be made available. Schools will also be able to fill in/create their own ID charts based on the species they find. Students will be encouraged to take pictures of plants found on their schools grounds include some brief information, record them on the charts and upload them on the project page.

The schools stories/information will be uploaded to ‘Exposure’. Guidelines will be circulated re. Exposure.  It is hoped that a basic database of plant species in schools around Europe will be created and added to in subsequent years.

As well as local resources, it is hoped that knowledgeable family and community members and local experts will offer assistance in identifying species. 

Step 3 Action

The Review will have helped pinpoint some issues of concern in the schools, perhaps even in the surrounding area or nationally. Once schools have a clear baseline they can focus their attention on ways of helping biodiversity and various plant species.


Top 2 Biodiversity Actions: 

ü  Increase the levels of awareness throughout the school and wider community

ü  (If possible) increase the number of native species and the species diversity in the school’s environs.

Examples of actions will be uploaded by the schools/National Operators and published on ‘Exposure’.


Step 4 Monitoring and Evaluation

From the beginning schools should plan how they will measure the success of you Biodiversity Action Plan. The monitoring process is extremely effective when it comes to identifying progress and comparing past and present behaviour and attitudes.  It is important that changes in behaviour and practical measures are measured over an extended period of time.

Evaluate levels of awareness by revisiting the awareness survey carried out at the beginning of the year.

Evaluate progress on practical improvements

ü  Create a new map showing off any practical improvements

ü  Check if species richness and numbers have increased

More at

More about implementation actions in Serbia at: (in Serbian) and (in Serbian)




SAICM Regional Meeting, Skopje, September 2013

EASD representative participate at the 5th CEE regional meeting on SAICM in Skopje, Macedonia FYR, from 23 to 26 September 2013. EASD is National NGO/CSO Focal Point for SAICM.  Besade the EASD representative, the representative from Cleaner Production Center – Belgrade participated. Overall, the dynamic of the meeting was very positive with a total of 48 people participating, including 11 Governments, 6 IGOs, 3 regional centres and 9 NGOs. List of participants is available (  CEE Rm 5 INF15_LOP ),

First day CEE regional workshop on endocrine disrupting chemicals, lead by UNEP in collaboration with WHO and OECD.

Second day: Technical Information Sharing session – featuring information on Chemicals in Products, Lead in paints, Children’s environmental health, nanotechnologies and nanomaterials and other themes of interest for the region

Third day – SAICM priority setting workshop, looking at progress to date, identifying gaps and regional priorities and setting the course of action to reach the 2020 goal in the framework of the Overall Orientation and Guidance exercise mandated by ICCM3.

4th day: 5th Central and Eastern European regional meeting on SAICM. 

Some of the key highlights of the meeting outcome include:

(i) Selection of Poland as the Regional Focal Point for the remainder of the term until ICCM4;

(ii) identification of priority Strategic Approach implementation activities for the region (that will also feed into the Overall Orientation and Guidance document);

(iii) request to review synergies from a Strategic Approach perspective; and

(iv) identified need and request for WHO to build capacity in the region for Poison Control Centres.

Documents from the meeting are available

In the corridor of the Meeting, networking meetings took place.

The first GREEN FLAGS in Serbia

The Constitutional National FEE Committee Meeting was held in Ministry for Education, Science and Development of Serbia, on September 6, 2013.


Prof. Dr. Ivica Radovic, Assistant Minister, opened the meeting, followed by presentations from FEE Serbia Team: Prof. Dr. Andjelka Mihajlov (national mentor for FEE programmes), Dragana Grujicic (assistant Eco-Schools national operator and acting YRE national operator), Prof. Dr. Natasa Zugic-Drakulic (assistant Blue Flag national operator) and Petar Marinkoic (assistant Green Key national operator).

Strategic decisions were approved, like starting Green Key and YRE programmes, approval of the first 3 Green Flags for Eco-Schools, as well as the rules for Committee functioning.

The first Eco-School Ceremony was in the school “Drinka Pavlovic”, Belgrade on September 19, 2013-  Minutes from ceremony in gallery of pictures and video.

The second Eco-School Ceremony was in kindergarten “1001 radost”, Belgrade, on September 25, 2013.

At the both ceremonies City of Belgrade Secretary for Environment Mr Goran Trivan officially gave green flags to school officials.

Strawberry Newsletter

National FEE Committee Meeting, September 6, 2013

The Constitutional National FEE Committee Meeting was held in Ministry for Education, Science and Development of Serbia, on September 6, 2013. Strategic decisions are approved, like starting Green Key and Young Reporters for Environment, approval of the first 3 Green Flags for Eco-Schools, as well as the rules for Committee functioning.

Information posted at FEE site







Eco-Package in Eco-Schools

From 2019/20 project is not active at national level


Schools interesting to become Eco-School   are invited to participate . EASD Activity circles  represent the scope of our activities. Faculties and Universities could become EcoFaculty – EcoUniversity (for Serbia more applicable is EcoFaculty Program, becouse we do not have student campuses as known in many countries, taking in account Greening_university_toolkit),  by applying adapted umbrella Program. EASD was approved as the FEE FULL MEMBER ORGANISATION at FEE GA in June 2014. 

Contact National Operator FEE Serbia – EASD  by Email: ;

Detailed instructions are posted in Serbian, as well as most news and announcements.

In addition, there are separated dedicated web sites (in Serbian) for: Eco-Schools (with Eco-Schools on map), and  Eko-paket (Eco/Package)


October 2018: Circular economy knowledge based advocacy in Eco-schools network in Serbia

October 2017: Eko-paket – Eco-Schools annual conference for the school year 2017/2018

May 2017: Eko-paket 2017 outcome

September 2016: Education for Sustainability

September 2016:  FEE General Assembly 2016 and International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development, Ahmedabad, India

June 2016: WED Messages from Serbia: 12th Regional Conference “Environment to Europe”

May 2016: EASD Knowledge Partner with CEE for ESD for transforming education for children and youth

May 2016: Eco-package 2016 outcome

November 2015: Eco-Schools 2015 NOM in Northern Ireland

October 2015 –  SDGs as the relevant part of the context within which FEE operates

January 2015 – Eco-schools Serbia in the International Eco-schools news

December 2014, status: ECO-SCHOOLS FAMILY IN SERBIA IS GROWING, CATALYZED BY ECO-PACKAGE ACTIVITY, On December 12, 2014 in Belgrade, two different activities, merged in one great and successful event, happened: Green Flags Award ceremony and Annual meeting of Eco-Schools Coordinators. Over 50 participants were present from all levels of education institutions.  The main topics discussed include different ideas and methods on how environmental education in schools could be enhanced and better represented in school curriculum. Positive experiences are shared, in particular related motivation through ECO-PACKAGE activity, supported in Serbia by Tetra-Pak Production Company (Tetra Pak Production d.o.o Beograd in 2013/14 and 2013/14 supports Eco-Schools Program in Serbia, as a socially responsible company). From 3 Eco-schools in 2012/13, 15 in 2013/14, in Serbia there are in the moment 24 schools in different stages of Eco-School Program implementation 2014/15 (2 higher education institutions level, 1 secondary school level, 18 elementary schools and 3 pre-schools). Behind this growing success is NO Team in Serbia (from organization Environmental Ambassadors for Sustainable Development): National FEE Mentor for FEE Programs Prof.dr. Andjelka Mihajlov, National Eco-School Coordinator (until October 2014 Milica Petrovic, from October to December 2014 Dragana Grujicic, and in 2015 expecting new dedicated person on the board), National FEE Council (with representatives of supporting ministries, other relevant institutions and experts), Prof. dr. Natasa Zugic-Drakulic – Executive Director, assistance of Milena Tabasevic and Marina Marjanovic, as well as Coordinators and dedicated teachers, professors and principals in Eco-Schools (participants of 2014 Seminar): Andrijanić ZoranAngeleski AlmaBabović Dragana Božilović DragicaBursać Slađana,Davidović Stevan,Despotović Slavica, Đurović Ljiljana, Gligorovski Tatjana, Grahovac Prole Milijana, Ivanović    Vesna, Janković Danijela,  Jeličić Biljana, Joksimović Ana, Jovanović Dragana, Kocić     Vesna, Luković      Verica, Luković Brankica, Maksić Marina, Mandić Miroslav, Miloradović Dragana, Milosavljević Zorica, Momčilović Verica, Nikitović Dragana, Nikolić Perčević Đulica, Pantović Zoran, Perić Snežana, Sekulić Dragojle,  Simendić Siniša, Stoiljković Slavica, Strugar Aleksandra, Vasiljević Milka, Večei Funda Valerija, Vidojević Mirjana, Vranić Darko, Grujičić   Marina, Malinić Uglik Sanja, Planić Vasilie, Marković Jasmina, Radić Marija, Stanojlović Dragana and Ceranić  ĐuroMoments from the Event are available at: and

December 2014 – Eco-schools National Operators Meeting 2014 ; National Meeting of Eco-Schools Coordinators

June 2014 – The first year of Eco-package initiative

May 2014 – With children, parents and teachers “cleaning up Serbia”

International Eco-Schools is following Eco-Schools Serbia

January 2014. : There are 18 schools in the Program, 3 of them already awarded with Green Flag

Meeting with Eco-Schools Coordinators, December 2013

Tetra Pak Production d.o.o Beograd in 2013/14 start to support Eco-Schools Program in SerbiaTetra Pak, as a social responsible company takes part in this Program in order to raise awareness of children and local communities on the importance of responsible behaviour towards environment. 

The first GREEN FLAG ceremonies : September 19 and 12, 2013 , November 19 2013

National FEE Committee Meeting, September 6, 2013 : 3 schools awarded


3 schools applied and started process in 2012-13 .

June 2013: International Mentor visited school “Drinka Pavlović” in Belgrade.


Program activities include summer schools, summer camps, etc.

Related activities: Education for Sustainable Development


An interested for Blue Flag should contact the national for Serbia fee.serbia@gmail.comEASD Activity circles  represent the scope of our activities. EASD was approved as the FEE FULL MEMBER ORGANISATION at FEE GA in June 2014. 

Related documents for application , as well as activities,  are posted in Serbian , and on separate FEE Serbia web page.


Blue Flag NOM 2018 in Greece: EASD participate

EASD participate at 2017 Blue Flag National Operator Meeting 

Blue Flag (and Green Key) for beaches and marinas among EEA TOUERM (Tourism and Environment Reporting Mechanism) Indicators

Serbia: Blue Flag 2017 Ceremony at beach on “Belgrade Sea”

2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development  

November 2016:  Serbian Visions 2016 : Blue Flag and Green Key programs presented by  FEE SERBIA (EASD)

October 2016: Blue Flag NOM 2016: EASD participate 


June 2016: Blue Flag for Ada Ciganlija beach

January 2016: National jury and Committee for FEE programs in Serbia

October 2015 EASD at 2015 Blue Flag NOM

October 2015 SDGs as the relevant part of the context within which FEE operates

Blue Flag 2015 National Jury Meeting, January 2015

Blue Flag 2014 National Jury Meeting , February 2014


National FEE Committee Meeting, September 6, 2013 


In 2013 Ada Ciganlija-Sava Lake Beach in Belgrade deserved the second time this important international certification.

Activity on Blue Flag Beach in Serbia among the five continental winners of the 3rd IOC Sport and Environment Awards. This is recognition for outstanding initiatives in the field of environment and sustainable sport, in particular cleaning the bottom of the lake. See also FEE site.


In the publication  ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES HANDBOOK 2013,   3 pages are examples from Serbia: Serbia, p.18, Serbia, p.28 and Serbia, p.71


2013 Blue Flag National Jury meeting held in February 2013.


In 2012 only Ada Ciganlija-Sava Lake Beach in Belgrade deserved this important international certification. Nominated by National Jury to be awarded with Blue Flag in 2013 (noted in media  )

Feasibility Study BF Serbia – 2011

Green Key

Green Key is presently the largest global eco-label for accommodation and has a national administration center (in Serbia this is organisation “Environmental Ambassadors for Sustainable Development” ) in each participating country.

Green Key is an independent Programme recognized and supported by the World Tourism Organization and UNEP.

National operator is planing starting implementation of the program in Serbia in 2014. International criteria reflect the various fields of tourism facilities (hotels, hostels, camp sites, conference and holiday centres) and specialized national criteria reflect each country’s legislation, infrastructure and culture.

EASD was approved as the FEE FULL MEMBER ORGANISATION at FEE GA in June 2014. 


July 2019: Mona hotel – the only hotel in Serbia outside of Belgrade with international ecocertification “Green Key”

FEE busy September 2018: General Assembly and Green Key NOM

Pavle Pavlović – National Coordinator for GREEN KEY Project

Blue Flag (and Green Key) for beaches and marinas among EEA TOUERM (Tourism and Environment Reporting Mechanism) Indicators

Athens 2017: Green Key National Operator Meeting dedicated to the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development

2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development  

Serbian Visions 2016 : Blue Flag and Green Key programs presented by  FEE SERBIA (EASD)

WED Messages from Serbia: 12th Regional Conference “Environment to Europe”

List of GREEN KEY facilities

October 2015 SDGs as the relevant part of the context within which FEE operates

Radisson Blu Old Mill Belgrade – The first GREEN KEY HOTEL in Serbia , February 2015

We participate on Green Key national operator meeting 2014


National FEE Committee Meeting, September 6, 2013 


FEE Serbia International Mentor in Monitoring visit to Serbia, June 2013

Mr Riza Epikmen, member of the FEE Board of Directors , as the International Mentor for  FEE Serbia (Environmental Ambassadors for Sustainable Development), visited Serbia from June 14-16, 2013. The FEE Board responsibilities include ensuring compliance with the organisation’s objectives/values, recommending policies/plans, approving membership applications and monitoring performance in relation to plans, budgets, etc. In 2011 and 2012 International Mentor for FEE Serbia was Michael Ierides.

On June 14th he visited FEE Serbia office, where he had the first meeting with EASD core team, including National FEE Mentor Andjelka Mihajlov, National Blue Flag Program Coordinator Sandra Radunovic and Assistant to National Eco-Schools Coordinator Dragana Grujicic.

In order to be informed of Eco-Schools Program implementation, he visited school “Drinka Pavlovic”  , applied for “Eco-School” award and waiting for Jury decision. Dedicated teachers  and director presented how the school is implementing program.

On meeting in the premises of Tourist of Organization of Serbia, members of FEE National Council and ministries competent for environment and tourism representatives have constructive discussion with Mr Epikmen, focused on his advice related to Green Key Program implementation and plan of FEE Serbia to become FEE full member in 2014.

On June 15th, he has site visit to 2013 Blue Flag Beach (Ada Ciganlija-Sava lake) and participated in ceremony for Blue Flag 2013 season opening.

Minutes from Monitoring visit are in the Gallery.

In Media: 1 2  M1 M2 M4 M5

Some pictures from TV-video coverage:

More than 120 participants at EnE13 conference/ Roundtable: 10 June, 2013 in Belgrade

The main messages from this participatory event are: environmental sector activities should be knowledge based, and education for environment and sustainable development should be priority. Capacities and continuity is very important for inclusion environment in other sectoral policies. Conference is institutionally supported by Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection and Ministry of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning, as well as National Commision for UNESCO.  Draft Agenda ( Agenda FINAL on 06 06, strane 2-8 ) and CD Proceeding of Papers are published. This Conference is UNEP WED event.

At the opening session  Mrs. Prof. dr Zorana Mihajlović, Minister of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection of Republic of Serbia,  Mr. Christoph Eichen, First Secretary Economic Cooperation, Embassy of Germany in Serbia,  Mr Andrew Headey, EC Delegation in SerbiaMr Jürg Staudenmann Deputy Resident Representative UNDP Serbia,  SEIO Representative,  European Integration Office, Government of the Republic of Serbia,  Mr. Prof dr. Ivica Radović, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia,  Mr Klaus Schmidt  – Team Leader of IMPACT project – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Representative of  Eptisa Regional Office for SEE, as well as Mr Dušan Stokic of Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, shared the views related environmental sector and EU Integration. Event is officially oppened by Mr. Goran Trivan, Secretary for Environmental Protection, City of Belgrade.

Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme (MISP), EU-IPA Project, EPTISA, is presented by Dragana Vasić, Deputy Team Leader. MFA, LCA and Cleaner Production as Analitical Tools in Environment are presented by , prof. dr Hristina Stevanović Čarapina, IMPACT project- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH representative.

The Importance of the Participation of Civil Society Organizations in Decision-Making Process is addressed by  Milena Banović, Office for Cooperation with Civil Society, Government of the Republic of Serbia Representative .

Analysis of current status of EU Environmental Integration and project  is presented by Prof dr  Nataša Žugić Drakulić, National Coordinator, Project .

Coordinator for Conference is Doc dr Dunja Prokić.  Conference chair person is Prof f dr Andjelka Mihajlov

Conference is supported by: Eptisa Regional Office for SEEHemofarm fond i Coca Cola Hellenic.

Selected presentation: Dragana Vasić EnE13 -MISP for Serbia

More selected presentations in Serbian.


 Minutes from event are posted in gallery

Reported by ACUNS, UNEP, FEE.


On behalf of Organizing Committee of the ninth Regional Conference “Environment to Europe-EnE13”, we want to inform you that the conference will be held  on 10 June, 2013, presenting one of the events for World Environment Day (UNEP), as well as conference supporting EU accession process in sector Environment  through project “Development of the in West Balkans and Turkey: giving citizens a voice to influence the environmental process reforms for closer EU integration”. Serbian Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection acknowledged the importance of this Conference.

 The theme for this year’s World Environment Day celebrations is Think.Eat.Save. Think.Eat.Save is an anti-food waste and food loss campaign that encourages you to reduce your foodprint.

Focus thematic issue this year is Local Environment. Each year EnE Conferences have different thematic focus.

We are inviting you to active participate on the Conference Environment to Europe – EnE13, either by preparing and presenting your paper, or by contributing as an auditor and participant (f application form_EnE13Gidelines for paper preparation EnE13) . 

Invitation is also distributed through FEE and ACUNS.

Application forms (with or without paper) and abstracts-papers send using email contact:

Important dates:

Deadline for submission of applications form  (for participants wishing to participate with paper): April, 15th

Deadline for submission of abstracts: April, 25th

Abstract acceptance notification: May, 6th

Deadline for submission of paper (extended abstracts): May, 15th (3-6 pages, in English or in Serbian / other language from former Yugoslavian Republics with Abstract in English)

Paper acceptance notification: May, 27th

Early registration deadline: May, 27th

Late registration deadline: May, 31st

Deadline for submission of application form without paper: May, 31st

Conference: June,  10 

Participation  fee :

Registration fee paid by May, 23 is 55 €

Regular price registration fee is 100 €

Payment: for details / account, please contact organizers by Email

Students are exempt from paying the registration fee.

Conference (EnE conferences) contributes to:  EU and Accession, Regional Cooperation, International Cooperation, UNEP promotion , represent Scientific and other Conferences, Educational Signals and Courses, Scientific Signals and Projects, Promotion of Science, as well as Environmental Experts’ Networking   


Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE)

From 2019/20 project is not active…..More information at


Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) is a network of passionate young people educating for sustainable development by producing, engaging, creative, environmental journalism.  Coordinated by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).

…..we do have more information in Serbian.

Some selected information:


October 2018: YRE competition: apply before February 1, 2019.; Theme: Energy Efficiency

2018. Join us for June 5th: Conference Agenda is available

May 2017: Winners of the YRE 2017 national  competition announced Draft Agenda for Environment to Europe EnE17 Conference (Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development), June 5, 2017, Belgrade

September 2016: Education for Sustainability

June 2016 – YRE Serbia have one 1st place – International Jury meeting for the 2016 ; WED Messages from Serbia: 12th Regional Conference “Environment to Europe”

October 2015 SDGs as the relevant part of the context within which FEE operates

EASD was approved as the FEE FULL MEMBER ORGANISATION at FEE GA in June 2014. 

As the FEE Serbia, EASD  started YRE Program in Serbia in 2014, as the pilot year.

In 2015, first Young Reporters for the Environment Competition Launched in Serbia

Aged between 11 and 21, young reporters investigate and highlight environmental issues and problems, wherever possible proposing solutions, via articles, photographs and videos.

The young reporters must:

  1. Investigate a local environmental issue
  2. Submit an article, photographs, or video
  3. Share that work with a local audience


National FEE Committee Meeting, September 6, 2013 



National Jury Session was held on February 8, 2013, in premises of Tourist Organisation of Serbia.

Ada Ciganlija- Sava lake Beach was approved to be nominated for Blue Flag in 2013.


An interested should contact the national for Serbia

In 2012 only Ada Ciganlija-Sava Lake Beach in Belgrade deserved this important international certification.

This program is within FEE – Foundation for Environmental Education scientific signals and projects.


In 2012/13 one elementary school and 2 pre-schools applied and Eco-Schools Program is in the process to be applied in these schools.

Schools interesting to participate should contact National Operator by Email:

This program is within FEE – Foundation for Environmental Education educational signals and courses.

Summer schools , organized by EASD are good examples of education for sustainable development.

Scientific Signals

Different researches are under one umbrella project “Research and scientific signals”. Recently  team conducted:

1. Achieving sustainable development through infrastructure

2. Scoping the future trends in natural resources availability using selected indicators as measures of progress: the links with interests and values, presented at the 7th CONGRESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT – X CONVENCIÓN INTERNACIONAL SOBRE MEDIO AMBIENTE Y DESARROLLO, 6 -10.07.2015, Havana, Cuba

3. RETHINKING WASTE MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE RESOURCE-EFFICIENT CONCEPT ; Scientific signals: Waste as the crosscutting issue of SDGs Waste, health, sustainability: what way forward? ,

4. Transforming education for children and youth ; FEE General Assembly 2016 and International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development, Ahmedabad, India

5. InWASTEgate

6. 6th UN regional meeting on SAICM, Poland, February 2018: we participate


News and signals:

EASD participate at 2017 Vienna UN Conference – Implementing the 2030 Agenda

WED Messages from Serbia: 12th Regional Conference “Environment to Europe”


Connecting regions: participation at 10th International Convention on Environment and Development in Havana, Cuba, July 2015

Research: Waste Technology Transfer

Places and Technologies 2014

Scientific signals No 4Evaluation of the long-term environmental performance of lignite-fired power stations 

  Acknowledgement of expertise

Eye on EU approximation environmental challenges  

Research results presented to scientific community

Ranking of universities for 2013



EnE13 – Environment to Europe 2013 Conference

Chemical and Product Safety

European Resources Forum 2012


Scientific signals No 3Science of the Total Environment


Scientific signals No 2Recognition

Hristina Stevanović Čarapina, President of EASD Council

  • 7– 10  May, 2013, Hotel Mediteran, BEČIĆI, MONTENEGRO

Anđelka Mihajlov, EASD President


Scientific signals No 1:

Fishing area management programs have to be implemented  

Environmental protection in protected areas must be coordinated and harmonized with the Program management of fisheries in the area. We point out the consequences of failure to follow the Program in protected area of exceptional quality “Gorge Gradac.” will have serious consequences, as presented in the scientific statement given to the 2010th in Yellowstone in the Wild Trout Symposium X – “Conserving Wild Trout”, Proceedings, pp.354

Program activity: FEE

FEE   is mainly active through its five environmental education programmes:

Blue Flag, active in Serbia from 2011

– Eco-Schools, active in Serbia from 2012

– Young Reporters for the Environment, activated in Serbia in 2014/15

– Learning about Forests, and

– Green Key, activated in Serbia in 2014.

FEE has one member organisation per country representing FEE on the national level and in charge of implementing FEE programmes nationally.

September 2018: FEE busy September 2018: General Assembly and Green Key NOM

September 2016: FEE General Assembly 2016 and International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development, Ahmedabad, India

January 2016:  National jury and Committee for FEE programs in Serbia

September 2014 – Annual National Council for FEE Programs

EASD was approved as the FEE FULL MEMBER ORGANISATION at FEE GA in June 2014. 

April 2014 – Great news from FEE Board of Directors , Meeting with FEE International Mentor in Istanbul

Member representing FEE in Serbia contact is