Balkan Eco Innovations

Our Networks

Our networks are informal, structured initiatives that bring together motivated partners to work towards a greener and more prosperous future in the Balkans region.

Each network is focused on one sector and a specific set of challenges.

The networks provide partners with access to new ideas and approaches, specialized knowledge, and new business opportunities. By facilitating collaboration and alignment, the networks contribute to faster and better development of innovative sustainable ideas and to their uptake in practice.

Sustainable Agriculture Network

Our Network supports a shift to more resilient, more profitable, and more sustainable agriculture in the Balkan.

Map, connect, animate
Identify & understand
Allow for research
Facilitate knowledge

Key Activities

Regenerative Agriculture Alliance of Serbia

A healthy soil is a good foundation for resilient, profitable, and sustainable farming. Regenerative agriculture – when done right – can deliver these benefits.

The Regenerative Agriculture Alliance of Serbia consists of farmer groups, agri-food industry, agri-advisors, technology companies and researchers. We are united to accomplish together what we cannot do alone: address all the complex reasons why few farmers in Serbia are regenerative.

Climate Neutral Living Lab

The Pannonian Climate Neutral Agriculture Living Lab is an open innovation center for co-creation of agricultural solutions and technologies.

Our vision is to bring farmers, researchers, and innovators closer together to be more relevant and useful to each other. Researchers address priorities to practitioners, innovators customize their services/products for practitioners, while they provide practical experience and important feedback. There is also a big opportunity for students to learn, experiment and innovate.

The Living Lab’s members represent leading actors of the agricultural sector in the Province of Vojvodina, Serbia’s breadbasket.

Significant experimental farming facilities provide industry and academia with the place and tools to experiment and innovate in a real-life environment, together with practitioners. At the same time, direct involvement of civil society and strong reach to policy makers enables us to include climate-neutral innovation in the political agenda.

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