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On 1 March 2018, EDEN centre started with the implementation of a new project "Gear - Green Economy for Advanced Region" with the aim of increasing the activities and impact of civil society organizations from Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, BiH and Macedonia in the environmental protection through networking strengthening their capacities and promoting green economy.

A three-year project will be implemented in the above-mentioned countries, and its main activities include trainings for representatives of civil society organizations on green economy, public advocacy and lobbying, participation in decision making, monitoring of public policies, project cycle management, etc., familiarization with good practice models in green economy and green entrepreneurship through study visit to EU and presentations organized in the target countries, sub-granting for civil society organizations, regional conferences on green economy and green entrepreneurship, development of a Study on possibilities for the development of green economy in the target region, etc. 

So far we have developed three info meetings in national level with CSOs focused on environmental and social area. Through these meetings we informed CSOs on direct and indirect impact that this project will have in their involvement. During the meetings, many issues related to project implementation and co operation with CSOs were discussed and clarified. The participants were positive and convinced that the project is a chance for everyone and a good capacity for capacity building. 

Many representatives of CSOs highlighted that Green Economy it’s a great opportunity to join environmental organizations and cooperate, exchange environmental ideas and create a strong network. The project is implemented in partnership with organizations FORS Montenegro which is the leader of the project, EDEN centre from Albania, SMART Kolektiv from Serbia, Centre for support and development from BiH, EKO Svest from Macedonia and Association Slap from Croatia.

The project is financed by the European Union within Civil Society Facility and Media Programme 2016-2017.

The Action Re-loaded e-booklet is a product of the Youth exchange held in May 2018 on the Murter island. It contains a description of 21 games for children about recycling, reusing, and separating discarded items. The main goal of this e-booklet is to help people who work with children (6 to 12 years old) to increase their awareness about separating waste and environmental protection from their earliest age. 

The watchdogging network of environmental NGOs “An eye to the environment” from 4-8 June 2018 “EU Sustainable Energy Week” launched the informative and awareness raising campaign on the moto “I Am On Energy saving Mode”. The campaign targeted students from elementary to Universities and further the youths of political parties. The aim was to present the report prepared from the watchdogging network “Evaluation of energy performance of buildings from the perspective of energy poverty", and each of the target group will be inspired in developing their own messages on the campaign’s moto in regards to Energy Efficiency.

Vlaamse Jeugdbond voor Natuurstudie en Milieubehoud (Flemish Youth League for the Study of Nature and for Environmental Conservation)
Founded 29.04.1967.
Some 250 members.
Member of IYF (International Youth Federation for Environmental Studies and Conservation) 1969.
Founding Member of YEE at Solentunaholm, the Fältbiologerna Secretariat in Sweden.
During the years several members of N2000 were elected as chairman, treasurer, regional officer of IYF or YEE.

In May 2017 the performance of SUSI (wolf in Finnish) by the experimental forest-theatre group Korpiryhmä was premiered in the Finnish countryside. Now it has finally arrived to Helsinki. Arranged in co-operation with The Wolf Action Group and the nature protection club of the beautiful island of Vartiosaari.

From 11th till 20th of May, Murter hosted 35 young people who shared ideas and knowledges about the benefits of recycling, the best methods of collecting and sorting waste and various project ideas. Young people from Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Macedonia, Poland, Romania and Croatia participated in various non-formal workshops for youth “Action Re-loaded” organized by the Argonauta association.

On the occasion of the International Climate Action Day, CR "Gutta-Club", in partnership with AO WiSDOM, has organized an interactive program for the students of the Orhei High School and the students from GHG Herdeschule General School in Bad Piramont, Germany.

Luminita Burachinschi, member of CR "Gutta-Club" initiated the program through an interactive game, where each participant, besides presenting themselves, had to present their vision on environmental protection.

In March and April, Argonauta Association from Croatia carried out three workshops for the production of canvas bags held within the project "Pogled u modro" financed by INA d.d. through the Green belt program.

This is the overview of our EVS volunteer Serena:

Macedonia is a country going through tremendous change at the current time and prioritising the needs of its most vulnerable citizens must be emphasized. As an Environmental NGO, Ajde Makedonija is working to see Macedonia without waste.

Through our work, we realised that a tremendous resource, food, was being wasted throughout the country with tens of thousands of tons of perfectly edible food being wasted due to low consumer awareness, misaligned supply and demand and other factors. Unfortunately, food insecurity - the state of not having reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food - is rampant throughout Macedonia, impacting close to 450.000 Macedonians. We have spent the last 18 months working on efforts to prevent food waste and mitigate food insecurity including the establishment of the first ever System for Food Surplus Donations.

The team of Eco Logic – Skopje, Republic of Macedonia on 21 st and 22nd of February took part in the first network conference for EUKI, the European Climate Initiative held in Berlin.
This event was organised by GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.

European Ways e.V. NGO (Germany) together with "Yeghvard" youth ecological NGO and "WE'' Youth NGO of Lori Region ( Armenia) are announcing the start of youth exchange in frame of Erasmus+ program «Youth for the Future» on 20-30 of April, 2018.
The project will take place in Aghveran village, Region of Kotayk, Republic of Armenia. The project targets the problem of drinkable water and natural resources. The main goal of “Youth for future” project is to raise awareness of the youth in EU and non-EU partner countries on importance and preservation of drinking water.
The project countries are Armenia, Germany, Italy, Lithuania and Estonia. 
If you are interested in the project go through this link and apply to participate in one of the amazing project of the year: QVuEsO1o3yy0kYmi1 

On February 13th, the award ceremony of the national and international online contest "National Traditions of Rational Use, Conservation and Renovation of the Peoples' Biodiversity in Ukraine, Bulgaria and Republic of Moldova" took place at the "Ion Creangă" Pedagogical University in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova.

Republican Center "Gutta-Club" from Republic of Moldova, National Ecological and Naturalist Center for Students of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Social Organization "Eremurus" Ecological Club held the competition "Traditions of Conservation of the Peoples Energy in Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova" during 2015-2016. The competition had a tremendous success among students and teachers in Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova, that’s why in 2016-2017 there was introduced a new section of study regarding national traditions for conservation of resources: conservation of biological diversity, where Bulgarian pupils were also invited to participate.