In Serbia, every citizen produces an average of one kilo of waste per day. Most end up in illegal or unregulated landfills, with an uncontrolled production of methane in the atmosphere. Everyone must, and can, do their part. A video report

This video is part of the "Voices from the East" webdoc, by Marco Carlone, Francesco Rasero and Eleonora Anello. In the Balkans, environmental issues remained at the bottom of public agendas for a long time, although according to the IPCC, Central and Eastern Europe is the first major "testing ground" for the effects of the climate crisis in the Old Continent. Voices from the East wants to tell the causes and effects of climate change in the Balkans, as well as some strategies to contrast these dynamics

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