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COP26 demands

COP26 demands

Zero Waste Montenegro translated into Montenegrin the COP26 demands to all Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). You can find them here. Read the original version in English through the link below:

Zero Waste City -Gusinje

Zero Waste City -Gusinje

Start and end date: February 1st 2021. – ongoing City project taken place: Gusinje Project Coordinators: Alexa Aubertin & Marina Tomovic Sponsors: European Union funding within the framework of Cross Border Cooperation Programme Montenegro – Albania 2014-2020 under the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II)   Partner: Regional Development Agency – RDA Bjelasica, Komovi, Prokletije, Green Line Albania and ALCDF Budget: 563,515.50 […]

Less Waste = More Jobs

Let’s Stop Throwing Away Our Chance to Create Millions of Jobs and End Waste Pollution By John Ribeiro-Broomhead, Co-Author of the Study, Zero Waste and Economic Recovery: The Job-Creation Potential of Zero Waste Solutions “As the COVID-19 pandemic rolls into 2021, governments around the world continue to try to get their economies back on track. […]

Pilot project on green public procuremen...

Pilot project on green public procurement in Montenegro

SCP/RAC commissioned this pilot project to Zero Waste Montenegro, as part of the portfolio of activities to improve the policy framework and engage with the food & beverage industry in Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro, through the Cooperation Agreement between UN Environment/MAP and the Italian Ministry of Environment and Land and Sea Protection. In […]

Zero Waste Europe Case Studies

Zero Waste Europe Case Studies

Read concise lessons learned on cities who are succeeding on the path to Zero Waste: Discover all the case studies Featured Case Study: Going from 0 to 40% recycling rate within 3 months,  the small county of Sălacea tells a remarkable Zero Waste success story, establishing itself as a best practice that can be replicated […]