Predrag Momčilović

Predrag Momčilović is a researcher, journalist, and political activist from Belgrade. He is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Geography in Belgrade focusing on political ecology, degrowth, social aspects of climate change, food production, and just energy transition. He is also a member and co-founder of Zajedničko, a platform for the theory and practice of commons.


Air Pollution and Poverty Kill – In Serbia as Everywhere

As the World Health Organization warns of health risks from worsening air pollution, studies confirm the worst in cities like Belgrade.

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Extraction and Energy Transition in Serbia

A short analysis of how geopolitical relations impact Serbian discussions about politics, energy, and the future.

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Steering Tourism to a Greener Course in Belgrade

Belgrade has invested heavily in making the city more attractive to tourists in recent years. It is time it steered a more sustainable course.

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