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Money Talks - 6th Annual Report by Serbia's Coalition 27: Environment & Climate Change

"Money talks" is the 6th anual shaddow progress report by Serbia-based Coalition 27, group of dozen most prominent civil society organisations committed to monitoring and reporting on the country's progress in preparations for EU membership talks on environmnet and climate change - topics covered by Chapter 27 of the EU accession negotiations.

The report notes slow progres across the board and illustrates this through the prism of financing for environment, which is both far below what is needed and, worse still, chronically underspent, indicating a persistant lack of capacities at both the level of national government as well as local authorities across the country.

 

Read full report here: pdf Money Talks - 6th Annual Report by Serbia's Coalition 27: Environment & Climate Change (6.51 MB)

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