HEAL’s work in the Balkan region focuses on air pollution, climate change, and coal power’s contribution to health damages. We work with the main health actors such as Public Health Institutes, Ministries of Health, health organisations, and grassroots initiatives working towards clean air.
We also run the Unmask My City campaign in the region, continuously raise awareness on the health toll caused by fossil fuel energy and call for fair, efficient and sustainable energy systems that will cut down air pollution and energy poverty in the region.
Vlatka Matkovic Puljic, firstname.lastname@example.org, +32 (0)2 329 00 82
Letter: Concerns over Montenegro’s non-compliance with opt-out provision for the Pljevlja power plant
HEAL, together with Eco-Team Montenegro, Green Home Montenegro, and Sustainable Energy has sent a letter…
Responding to the converging climate and COVID-19 crises can deliver a triple win: better public…
An ambitious implementation of the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans to prevent ill-health and move towards zero pollution
Chronic Coal Pollution Serbia – Making the case for health promoting investments for zero pollution in Serbia
Coal combustion is the dominant form of energy generation in Serbia and the Western Balkans,…