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By Snezana Marstijepovic
Europe is consuming increasing amounts of energy.
Average energy use in the European Union (EU) rose by 1.4 percent yearly from 1990 to 2012. Consequently, the EU has been encouraging its member states to explore alternative sources of energy, particularly renewables.
PODGORICA, Montenegro – 9 January, 2012 – In an effort to provide equal access to justice for all, Montenegro opened its first legal aid office.
"Opening of the first legal aid office is important in the overall judicial system, because it provides equal access to justice for all, regardless of financial or social status," said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice, Duško Marković.
MOJKOVAC, Montenegro – 31 January 2011 – After two decades in the toxic shadow of a closed lead and zinc mine, a small town in northern Montenegro is seeding a greener future as it cleans up an industrial dump and restores its pristine natural surroundings. Watch: video See: photos from Mojkovac
Democratic Governance, Energy & Environment » Decentralization, local governance and urban/rural development, Effective water governance
PODGORICA, Montenegro – 8 September 2010 – UNDP Administrator Helen Clark was in Montenegro as part of a two day official visit in the country, followed by a visit to Moldova. View: photo gallery of Helen Clark's visit in Montenegro Watch: Videos of Helen Clark in Montenegro, including interviews and a trip to Mojkovac in the North
CETINJE, Montenegro – 28 June 2010 – Parliaments in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia have joined forces to make sure that women are able to contribute to peace and security.
Crisis Prevention & Recovery, Gender
PODGORICA, Montenegro – 15 June 2010 – Environmental experts and representatives from national and local governments and civil society from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo (hereafter referred to in the context of the UN Security Council Resolution 1244), Montenegro, Serbia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia came together to celebrate the successful clean up of eight of the worst environmental hotspots in the Western Balkans. Watch: Trailer for "Eight Steps Forward" documentary and music video
Energy & Environment
Podgorica, Montenegro, November 2009—More than a decade after armed conflicts, six countries/territories in the Western Balkans are now working together to tackle regional environmental hotspots. Representatives from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and the UN-administered territory under SCR 1244 Kosovo, recently met in Budva to assess their progress in the Western Balkans Environmental Hotspots Programme. The six countries/territories are partnering with the United Nations Development Programme, with funding from the Netherlands Embassy in Belgrade, to address such hazards as a polluted canal, toxic contaminants at a railway station, air pollution in the city centre, poisonous mine wastes, and other issues. Video: Tour of Environmental Hotspots in Western Balkans Video: Experts Meet at Western Balkans Environmental Programme Conference Photo Album: Handling Hotspots in Western Balkans
Energy & Environment