Belgrade, Serbia
2003 - 2004 IPF Fellow

Radmilo Pesic advises Serbian policymakers attempting to implement global agreements on climate change.

Promoting informed decision-making on climate change.

During his IPF fellowship, Serb researcher Radmilo Pesic investigated climate change and Serbia's position vis-a-vis the Kyoto Agreement. He currently advises key Serbian policymakers attempting to implement global agreements intended to curb climate change.

Affiliation: Professor of Post-Graduate School, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Fellow project
2003 - 2004:
The Kyoto Protocol in Central and Eastern Europe: Flexible mechanisms
The objectives of the project are to conduct research on the non-Annex I countries and their needs for exploiting potential Kyoto Protocol benefits with an emphasis on Serbia; analyze their potential for project-based mechanisms; develop a guidebook on criteria for project selection and evaluation; develop a concept of a new host country institutional system; and write a research and policy paper for the Ministry of Environmental Protection in Serbia.

Working groups: Comparative Studies, Environmental Policy

Relevant countries: Serbia, Montenegro