The Environmental Committee (EC) of the American Chamber of Commerce in Montenegro (AmCham) is established to advise the Government of Montenegro in improving the legal framework and practice in the area of environmental protection, in order to remove business barriers and create a predictable and sustainable development in this area.
The Environmental Committee will provide advice to the Government of Montenegro and local self-governments regarding the improving of the regulatory framework and practice in this area.
The Committee will point out the business barriers in order to remove them and share the best practices in order to improve the predictability and sustainability of the system.
Likewise, one of the goals of this Committee is to educate in the area of protecting the environment in order to raise awareness about the importance of this issue on the Montenegrin economy.
Regarding its goals the Environmental Committee will also cooperate with other international and local organizations in order to provide for quality proposals for improving the legislation and practice in this area.
AmCham Environmental Committee members:
Dragan Lupšić, Coca Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, Chair
Vanja Lazarević, Trebjesa, Vice-Chair
Dragana Vratnica, Neregelia, Treasurer Dragan Lupšić, Coca Cola Hellenic Bottling Company
Andrea Radonjić, Coca Cola Hellenic Bottling Company
Lela Bjelobrković, Adriatic Marinas – Porto Montenegro
Vanja Lazarević, Trebjesa Brewery
Dejana Čelebić, Čelebić
Miloš Vuković, Fidelity Consulting
Tamara Žugić, Neregelia
Jan Kozubski, Viridi Progresum
Milica Petričević, Butterfly Finance
Sara Fetić Mujagić, Montenomax C&L
Jelena Radonjić Đurković, Crnogorski Telekom
Ivana Golubović, Zapad banka
Milena Rončević, Karanović/Nikolić
Jelena Janković, Amplitudo