The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Focal Point
Ms. Kaja Sukova
Head, Dept. for Sust. Dev.
Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning
Skopje

Web Site: http://www.moepp.gov.mk

Dr. Margarita Matlievska
Assistant Professor, PhD
University"Goce Delcev" - Stip, Krste Misirkov bb, Stip
Skopje

Contact person for indicators of sustainable development:

Ms. Margarita Matlievska
Assistant Professor, PhD
University "Goce Delcev" , Krste Misirkov bb, Stip
Republic of Macedonia

Ms. Teodora Obradovic Grncarovska, M.Sc
State Counselor for Climate Change
Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning
Goce Delcev bb
1000 Skopje
Republic of Macedonia
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Green economy Practices/Policies/Initiatives in The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
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Background papers/Position papers
  • NATIONAL STRATEGY ON ALLEVIATION OF POVERTY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION 2010-2020
    The Strategy on poverty reduction and social exclusion was made as a document which reflects the intention of the State for balancing the degree of inclusion and welfare in all social levels.

    It will also help finalize the aspirations which we are facing for the development of a cohesive society in which the combat against poverty and social exclusion will mean the existence of an unconditional �equal opportunities for all�.
  • STRATEGY FOR UTILISATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA BY 2020
    The global commitment to environmental protection and in particular to reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, Macedonia's dependence on energy imports, as well as the need to secure greater variety and thereby reliability of energy supply undoubtedly impose increased share of renewable energy sources in the final energy consumption. However, in parallel with activities and measures targeting increased share of renewable energy sources, measures and activities to increase energy efficiency of final energy consumption should be pursued. Thus, the target share of renewable energy sources in final consumption will be achieved much easily and faster, but the economy's competitiveness will also be improved due to reduced energy costs.
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