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Serbia

Overview of LDN Targets

National voluntary LDN targets (original language)

Priorities for enabling environment to achieve LDN by 2030:

  1. Recognizing elements and targets of land degradation neutrality in legislations
  2. Improvement, restoration, rehabilitation of degraded areas, implementation of measures of sustainable land management
  3. Establishment and development of sustainable, systematic land monitoring
  4. Establishment of appropriate, detailed national databases for the implementation of the LDN methodology;
  5. Raising public awareness and the role of education in combating land degradation and droughts

Associated measures to achieve LDN:

  1. To increase the area of national territory under forests to 41.4% by 2050
  2. To increase the area under forests in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina to 14.3% by applying the system of forest protection belts
  3. To increase the level of forest cover in areas under bare and degraded soil, in mountainous areas south of the Sava and Danube Rivers, in the area of 100,000 ha by 2030 so as to control erosion and torrential processes
  4. To maintain the determined positive trend of land degradation neutrality, applying appropriate measures and activities, through spatial and planning documentation
Reference documents
LDN country commitments 2020 English
LDN TSP country report 2020 English