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 participant science / citizen science) promotion, in the areas of sustainable development and environment/climate change, through the consultancy, expertise, innovation, capacity building, evidence-based advocacy, promotion of natural and culture values, global equality and environmental/climate justice.

One of the thematic pillars of work is science promotion, including both the professional science and citizens science as an opportunity for greater public engagement in science. In projects/activities, when feasible, we include citizens as contributors and collaborators with a meaningful role (contributing to scientific evidence to address local, national and regional/international issues and potentially to influence policy).


Participant science / Citizen science and science promotion

“Citizen science” – definition in 2021 UNECE Document 

August 2021: Environmental Communication: Media Archive Reports as a Participant Science Tool

Virtually we are in Nairobi: participating at The Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum , the fifth meeting of the Open-Ended Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives, Science-Policy Forum and the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA 5.1)

EASD join research on SDGs

June 5,2020 – EnE20 Conference “Citizen science: Focus on Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals”

EnE20 Conference “Citizen science: Focus on Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals” , planned for June 5th 2020

Ten principles of citizen science

Citizen science concept in terms of adaptation and mitigation to the climate change

Recap the moments from  EnE19/ Conference


2016 Waste, health, sustainability: what way forward? 

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

2013 InWASTEgate 

Youth Encounter on Sustainability (YES) held in Braunwald, Switzerland and Bratislava, Slovakia.



Paper published: Andjelka Mihajlov, Aleksandra Mladenovic & Filip Jovanovic, Contribution to Environmental Communication: comparative analysis of two qualitative methods as the performance to European Union accession, in “Adapt to Survive. The role of social media, sharing and communication to ameliorate this world “, Conference Proceedings Book Edited by Margarita Kefalaki, Communication Institute of Greece (COMinG),Athens, p.57-66 , 2021 ( ISSN: ISBN: 978-618-85622-3-3 ), Available at

Climate Pact for Serbia: Snapshot targeted rehearsal of country’s obligations in climate action….

Environmental Communication: Media Archive Reports as a Participant Science Tool

Country in transition (Serbia) case: Circular economy starts from waste management, Environmental Research & Technology, Vol. 4 (1), pp. 83-88, 2021

Climate Responsible Eating(2020)


Five years of implementing the Sustainable Development Goals, with a focus on SDG 13

EASD research presented at EurAsia Waste Management Symposium

Criteria for Substances of International Concern Beyond 2020


2016 Waste as the crosscutting issue of SDGs

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

Waste Technology Transfer, 2014


Places and Technologies 2014: Interconnections between sustainable cities planning and design, climate change and sustainable development.



Selected scientific and research papers of our honorable members/key experts:

(in referent scientific journals,  after 2004)

Prof dr Andjelka Mihajlov author/coauthor

2020 : Contributor to Written input by the CSGP Citizen Science & Open Science Community of Practice to the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science “Global Citizen Science perspectives on Open Science”, 31 May 2020

2017 Environmental Assessment of Municipal Solid Waste Management in Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Environmental engineering and management journal 16(5):1161-1170 incineration, landfill, life cycle assessment, municipal solid waste, recycling
2015 Reduction of CO2 emission and non-environmental co-benefits of bicycle infrastructure provision: The case of the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 49:232-242 Co-benefits, CO2 emission, Bicycling, Developing cities
2015 Environmental assessment of waste management in banjaluka region with focus on landfilling, Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 14 (6), 1455-1463 landfill, leachate, life cycle assessment, waste
2015 Rethinking waste management within the resource-efficient concept, Environmental engineering and management journal 14(2):2973-2978 developed country, developing country, landfilling, waste management, waste policy, waste prevention
2012 Contaminated sites: solid waste management practice in developing country (Serbia), Environment Protection Engineering 38(1):81-90 Municipal solid waste management, waste management practice, developing country
2011 Assessment of air pollution impact on health in Pancevo, Serbia, Journal of environmental protection and ecology 12(4A):2360-2366 Air pollution, public health, multivariant analysis
2011 Reporting by selected Analytical Tools for Environmental Management: Hazardous waste management in South Eastern Europe, Journal of environmental protection and ecology 12(2):565-569 analytical environmental tools, hazardous waste management, environment, south-eastern Europe, the Balkans
2010 Opportunities and challenges for a sustainable energy policy in SE Europe: SE European Energy Community Treaty, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14(14):872-875 Energy; Climate change; Environment; Renewable energy; Sustainable development;South Eastern Europe
2010 Improved methodology for assessing the environmental health indicators, Journal of environmental protection and ecology 11(3):941-948 Environmental health, methodology, environment, air quality, multivariate analysis, GIS
2009 (NH4)2SO4 corrosion of cement in concrete analyzed by an improved mathematical model, Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society 74(3):331-347 sulfate; corrosion; Portland cement; coal fly ash; mathematical model.
2005 Thermodynamic Analysis of the Metastable Regions for the AI2O3‐SiO2 System,Journal of the American Ceramic Society 79(5):1252 – 1256 Thermodynamic Analysis

Prof dr Hristina Stevanovic-Carapina author/coauthor

2019 The socio-economic impact timeline in Serbia for persistent organic pollutants (POPs), Science of The Total EnvironmentVolume 688, 20 October 2019, Pages 486-493 Socio economic assessment, Persistent organic pollutants (POPs), Environmental impact, Economic development impact, Human health impact

Prof dr Predrag Simonovic, author/coauthor


2018 Justification for retention of the Catch-and-Release in the wild brown trout Salmo cf. trutta fisheryFisheries Research 200: 17-24 Fly fishing, von Bertallanfy growth model, Tailwater, Trout fishery management
2018 Alien freshwater fish species in the Balkans – vectors and pathways of introduction. Fish and Fisheries 19 (1): 138-169. Balkan Peninsula, Distribution, Inland waters, Introductions history, Invasives, Non-native fish

Prof Dr Zora Dajic-Stevanovic, author/coauthor

2020      Review Balkans’ Asteraceae species as a source of biologically active compounds for pharmaceutical and food industry, Chemistry & Biodiversity 17(6):e2000097

2020    Natural Macromolecules as Carriers for Essential Oils: From Extraction to Biomedical Application, Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 8

2019    Use of halophytes as medicinal plants: phytochemical diversity and biological activity, in book Halophytes and climate change: adaptive mechanisms and potential uses, First Chapter: 21, Publisher: CABI


Dr Uros Rakic, coauthor

2019 Health impact of ambient air pollution in Serbia: a call to action, Report, Published by The Regional Office for Europe of the World Health Organization, Denmark AIR POLLUTION, EXPOSURE, HEALTH IMPACTS, URBAN HEALTH, SERBIA