Overhead view of forests and water bodies in Belarus


At a Glance

The Europe and Eurasia Regional Mission serves Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, North Macedonia, and Serbia.

Serbia’s terrain is highly varied, with fertile plains to the north, limestone ranges and basins to the east, and hills and mountains dissected by river valleys to the southeast. Over the past few decades, the country's economy has been impacted by wars and the 2008 global economic crisis. This, combined with droughts, floods, exceptionally harsh winters, and other weather-related extreme events have caused major physical damage, financial losses, and even deaths. Climate change projections indicate that Serbia and the Western Balkans face a high probability of continuing temperature increases, along with more frequent and prolonged droughts, and wildfires. Serbia’s total GHG emissions were dominated by the energy sector, which accounted for nearly all of the country’s total emissions. Agriculture was the second highest, followed by waste and industrial processes.

Climate Projections and Impacts

Refer to the Climate Risk Profile (2017) for more information.

Climate Projections

Increased Frequency/Intensity of Extreme Weather Events

Decreased/Less Frequent Precipitation

Increased Temperature

Key Climate Impact Areas



Energy & Infrastructure

Human Health

Water Resources

Funding & Country Climate Context

USAID Climate Change Funding (2022)


$2 Million

Clean Energy

$2 Million

GAIN Vulnerability


Population (2023)

6.69 Million

GHG Emissions Growth


% Forested Area


EC-LEDS Partner Country


Refer to metadata and sources for more details.

Climate Change Information

Climate Risk Profile

Climate Risk Profile: Serbia

(GHG) Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet: Serbia

Serbia Photo Gallery

(GHG) Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Factsheet: Serbia

Climate Risk Profile

Climate Risk Profile: Serbia

Stories from the Area

With USAID’s support, Serbian citizens improve community’s waste management.
Aerial view of Sokobanja.