August 31, 2021
Never before seen as a priority for impoverished Serb voters, green issues are forcing themselves onto the political agenda ahead of …
January 18, 2021
Superficial cover up by the EBRD’s accountability mechanism of problems at Belgrade Solid Waste public-private partnership is followed by new request for problem solving.
“Izgradnja spalionice u Vinči protivna svim ekološkim standardima…”: Ne davimo Beograd podneo dve žalbe…
March 2, 2020
Inicijativa Ne davimo Beograd je, zajedno sa mrežom nevladinih organizacija sa sedištem u Pragu “Bankwatch Network”, podnela dve žalbe Energetskoj zajednici protiv Republike Srbije, zbog nepoštovanja evropskih ekoloških standarda pri izgradnji spalioni
March 2, 2020
Serbia’s Ne Davimo Beograd movement has submitted two complaints to the Energy Community Secretariat, challenging government decisions for the Suez-Itochu consortium’s 340,000 tonnes-per-year municipal waste incinerator in Belgrade (1).
December 4, 2019
The Belgrade solid waste public-private partnership (PPP) has been plagued by legal irregularities and circumvented binding decision-making processes, finds a new analysis published today by CEE Bankwatch Network, Counter Balance and Zero Waste Europe.
October 28, 2019
Prague, Belgrade – The European Investment Bank (EIB) has refrained from financing the planned Vinča municipal waste incinerator in Belgrade, Serbia, according to a letter sent to the Ne Davimo Beograd initiative that campaigns against the project.
October 25, 2019
Inicijativa Ne davimo Beograd saopštila je danas da je dobila i zvanični odgovor Evropske investicione banke, u kome se navodi da je odbila da finansira izgradnju spalionice u Vinči, zbog posledica koje će ovaj projekat imati po ciljeve u vezi recikliranja otpada postavljene u Poglavlju 27, odnosno po pristupanje Srbije Evropskoj uniji.
October 15, 2019
The Ne Davimo Beograd initiative has this week challenged a decision by the Ministry of Mining and Energy to grant feed-in tariffs to Beo Čista Energija d.o.o. for the planned Vinča waste incinerator in Serbia, to be financed by the EBRD, IFC and Austrian development bank OeEB.
July 22, 2019
The Serbian Ministry of Environment recently published the environmental assessment for the planned Vinča waste incinerator for public consultation. But the study shows no sign that the new plant would be in line with new EU pollution control standards approved in June.
January 18, 2019
The planned Belgrade waste incinerator, financed by the EBRD, IFC and Austrian Development Bank (OeEB), is incompatible with waste prevention and recycling targets. The European Commission and EIB recognised this, and the EIB therefore refused to finance it. The project also endangers the already precarious livelihoods of up to 12,000 people waste-picking in the city.