Month: April 2021


Call for tenders within the ESAP project

Stockholm Environment Institute, SEI, is launching a call for tenders within the "Development of the Environmental Strategy and Action Plan of Bosnia and Herzegovina" project. The purpose of this call...

Noise pollution – an often overlooked environmental problem

Noise pollution is a growing problem across Europe and one which many people may not be aware of the impacts. To improve the well-being and quality of life of our...

Improving the environment requires improving social equity

In Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), as in the rest of Europe and beyond, environmental issues are deeply connected with issues of gender (in)equality, social (in)equity and poverty (GESEP). In this...

Round 3 of Working Group meetings completed – Meet members from the groups

Developing the environmental strategy and action plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH ESAP 2030+) is a long and complex process involving many stakeholders. Who are they and how do they...

How can we sustainably manage forests in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Bosnia and Herzegovina is developing its Environmental Strategy and Action Plan (the BiH ESAP 2030+ project), with the goal to improve the environment in BiH and help the progress of...

ESAP webinar: How can a social equity lens improve environmental policy?

ESAP webinar introduced the main relationships between environmental and social equity issues in BiH. Building on relevant examples from the European context the webinar explored the benefits of integrating social...

Video: How can you get involved in developing the ESAP?

To ensure the ESAP development process is participatory and inclusive we invite stakeholders to provide expertise and knowledge about environmental problems and their solutions. Participatory approaches are widely used in...


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