Branislava Jovičić, project manager at WISE, has presented the results so far under the Women in Sustainable Energy project at the international workshop titled Knowledge Building on Women in Clean Energy. The WISE project was presented as an example of best practices in the collection of data on women’s representation in the sustainable energy sector. The workshop in Rome was organized by the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA) in cooperation with the C3E-TCP initiative and the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Biljana Filipović Đušić, Serbian assistant environmental protection minister for international cooperation and member of WISE women network, became a member of the European Environment and Health Task Force (EHTF) Bureau, the task force’s managing body. She was also elected to co-chair the European Environment and Health Process (EHP), as the first-ever Serbian representative.
The Center for the Promotion of Sustainable Development (CPOR) in partnership with the Swiss Cooperation Office (SECO) in the Republic of Serbia is organizing the conference "Women in Sustainable Energy - Leadership for Change".
Who are the women who are professionally engaged in sustainable energy, climate change, and environmental protection in Serbia? Do women see the country's energy future in fossil fuel or renewable energy sources? Do they have the same career advancement opportunities as men?