Smartphone app announced at the Slovenian embassy in Belgrade

On 15 December 2015 Dan Podjed, the DriveGreen’s principal investigator, presented at the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Belgrade the smartphone application, which is being developed in the project.


DriveGreen presented at the main European symposium of applied anthropologists

On 27 November 2015, the DriveGreen project was presented at the third international symposium 'Why the world needs anthropologists', held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The theme of the event was 'Burning issues of our hot planet'....


Critical mass in Belgrade – a step to sustainable mobility

On 31 October 2015 the DriveGreen project joined the 55th Critical Mass Belgrade - a monthly bike ride through the city streets to raise awareness about cycling and fight for better infrastructure.


A comparison of driving habits in Ljubljana and Belgrade

“We can witness a strong solidarity on city buses and trams in Belgrade. People tend to help each other and they communicate a lot. In comparison, less cooperation and communication can be noticed in public transport of Ljubljana,” emphasised Dr. Dan Podjed in his lecture,...


Serbian students got engaged in development of smartphone applications

Petnica Science Centre is the biggest and the oldest independent nonprofit organisation for extracurricular, informal science education in Southeastern Europe. On 8 October 2015 Serbian students, enrolled in the programme of Petnica Science Centre, got...


DriveGreen presented at the ICT Innovations conference in Ohrid

On 3 October 2015 the DriveGreen team presented its interdisciplinary approaches in development of smartphone application at the 7th ICT Innovations conference in Ohrid, Macedonia. The presentation was a part of workshop


DriveGreen moved for three months to Belgrade

On 21 September 2015 the project research, which serves as a basis for smartphone application development, moved to Belgrade.


Use anthropological approaches for development of people- and environment-friendly solutions

On 31 August 2015 Dan Podjed was a guest speaker on motivation day for managers and employees in education, public sector and industry. "The commitment to new achievements" was the title of the event, held at the Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport and organised by the...


DriveGreen workshop in Latvia

On 21 August 2015 Dr Dan Podjed, DriveGreen’s principal investigator, gave a lecture and carried out a workshop at the Baltic Summer School of Anthropology, held in Cesis, Lativia.


“Quanlitative” approach of the DriveGreen project presented in Zagreb

The R&D approach of the DriveGreen project was presented at the congress of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF), which was held in Zagreb, Croatia, from 21st to 25




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