In its many years of work, the REC has published numerous tools and publications for it’s beneficiaries. All REC publications are printed on recycled paper and with minimum ecological impact.


We produce online resources and toolkits to build the capacities of stakeholders, from children and teachers to CSOs and policy makers.

Air Pack

The Air Pack is a resource toolkit aimed at helping teachers to prepare and deliver lessons on indoor air quality problems in schools. The toolkit is based on the results of two phases of the SEARCH initiative (School Environment and Respiratory Health of Children). 

Green Pack

The Green Pack is a multimedia environmental education kit for use in teaching children aged between 11 and 15 about environmental protection and sustainable development.

Green Pack Junior

This junior version of the Green Pack tool provides teachers of children aged between 7 and 10 with simple, accessible materials that they can use to explain the concept of sustainable development.

Green Steps

Aimed at raising public awareness about sustainable lifestyles, citizens’ environmental rights, and changes that individuals can make in their everyday lives to contribute to sustainable development, Green Steps contains valuable information for civil society organisations, educators, students and families.

Low-Carbon Indicators Toolkit

This online resource, developed under the Regions for Sustainable Change (RSC) project, is a complex and comprehensive tool for stakeholders from European regions who need to work with low-carbon indicators in the policy-making process.

Organisational Viability Toolkit

Developed in the framework of the programme “Supporting Environmental Civil Society Organisations in South Eastern Europe” (SECTOR), the toolkit enables environmental groups to assess their organisational performance and enhance their capacity


Publications are an important tool used by the REC to disseminate information and raise environmental awareness.

RECOGNITION OF ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE by Centre Right Political parties’ Programmes in Western Balkans

This report presents a comparative analysis of political parties in six Western Balkans countries (WB6), and questions whether the evolution of center right parties has led to the ideological enrichment of their Green/Environmental objectives.

 With the European Union (EU) having taken a leading role in international negotiations on climate change, in formulating and implementing climate policies and strategies, and with political parties across Europe experiencing a significant upturn in support for the environment in recent years, if we are to gain a clearer picture of the impact that Green Treaties such as the Paris Agreement, Climate Change Summit or Green Deal have in the WB countries in the 21st century, it is useful to examine political parties commitment towards becoming more environmentally conscious.

The integration of environmental action in the Western Balkans requires political parties to prioritize green agendas in their policies. So far, the role of implementing these processes appears to have fallen on the shoulders of civic society. Hopes of a ‘green breakthrough’ in the system will only continue if there is a synergy between civic society and a green political agenda. The study introduces the reader to twelve conservative or right-wing political actors in WB6 countries, and the environmental preferences set in parties’ political agendas.

The survey is the first of this type in the region and tries to make a qualitative comparison between WB6 countries in an effort to understand which political parties are best addressing the environment and climate change challenges. This research can contribute to our understanding of political obstacles to and opportunities for effective climate policy in WB6 countries. Furthermore, the study is expected to provoke further enriching of environmental dimension in Parties’ political agendas in line with global and EU processes, as well as to assist the WFD in designing support tools for the sister parties in WB. 

NB The creators of this handbook would recommend reading the full report, which contains further details of each country in the region and the environmental policies they have implemented.

To download the handbook, please click here: RECOGNITION OF ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE by Centre Right Political parties’ Programmes in Western Balkans

Registar organizacija civilnog društva Bosne i Hercegovine u oblasti zaštite okoliša 2018.

Organizacije civilnog društva koje se bave zaštitom okoliša u Bosni i Hercegovini pozvane su da popune sveobuhvatni upitnik, a glavni zaključci ove analize nalaze u ovom Registru koji je dostupan u štampanoj i elektronskoj formi. Ukupno 103 organizacije iz BiH učestvovale su u ovom istraživanju. Registar je namjenjen svima koji surađuju sa organizacijama za zaštitu okoliša, kao i onima koji su aktivni u ovim organizacijama i predstavlja besplatan izvor informacija za sve zainteresovane. Upisivanje u registar rađeno je na dobrovoljnoj bazi.

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