University of Belgrade - Institute for Multidisciplinary Research

Goran Trivan

PhD in Biotechnical Sciences

Research associate

Telephone: (+381) 11 3555-258

Research area

Research in the field of biotechnology – forestry, with focus on ecological engineering in the protection of land and water resources, environmental protection and prevention of natural disasters.

  • Biography
  • Projects
  • Selected publications
  1. Work experience
  • – ongoing: Research associate – Assistant director for Human Resources, University of Belgrade – Institute for Multidisciplinary Research,
  • -2020.: Minister of Environmental Protection, Government of the Republic of Serbia
  • -2017.: Secretary of the Secretariat for Environmental Protection of the Assembly of the City of Belgrade
  • 2004.- 2008.: production of organic food and medicinal herbs
  • 1993.- 2004.: Director of the Bureau for Planning and Design in Forestry, PE “Srbijasume”
  • – 1993.: Executive Director of PE “Srbijasume”
  • – 1991.: Minister of Youth and Sports, Government of the Republic of Serbia
  1. Education
  • 2018: PhD in Biotechnical Sciences in the field of Ecological Engineering in the Protection of Land and Water Resources, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry
  • 1987: Graduate degree in forestry, engineer for landscape architecture, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry.
  1. Other professional activities

He has been dealing with environmental issues since 1988, when he participated in the formation of the first environmental movement in Belgrade, and was one of the initiators and participants in the formation of the Ministries of Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

  • Ristić,; Kostadinov, S.; Abolmasov, B.; Dragićević, S.; Trivan, G.; Radić, B.; Trifunović, M.; Radosavljević, Z. (2012): Torrential floods and town and country planning in Serbia. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, Vol. 12, No.1, pg. 23-35 (ISSN: 1561-8633), (DOI: 10.5194/nhess-12-23-2012).
  • Čakmak, D.; Perović, V.; Kresović, M.; Jaramaz, D.; Mrvić, V.; Belanović-Simić, S.; Saljnikov, E.; Trivan, G. (2018): Spatial distribution of soil pollutants in urban green areas (a case study in Belgrade). Journal of geochemical exploration, Vol. 188, pg. 308-317 (ISSN: 0375-6742).
  • Stanković,; Krstić, B.; Igić, R.; Trivan, G.; Petrović, N.; Jović, Dj. (2011): Concentration of pollutants in the Air, Soil and Plants in the Area of National Park “Fruška gora” – Serbia. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, Vol. 20,  No. 1 (ISSN 1018-4619).
  • Stanković, D.; Krstić, B.; Orlović, S.; Trivan, ; Pajnik Poljak, L.; Šijačić Nikolić, M. (2011): Woody plants and herbs as bioindicators of the current condition of the natural environment in Serbia. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, Vol. 5, No. 15, pg. 3507- 3512.
  • Stanković, D.; Jovanić, P.; Krstić, B.; Šijačić-Nikolić M.; Trivan, G.; Ivanović, S., Vučinić A. (2013): Concentration of PAHs in forest ecosystems of the protected natural resource „Avala“, Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, Vol. 22, No. 1, pg. 136-141 (ISSN 1018-4619).
  • Ristić, R.; Radić, B.; Nikić, Z.; Trivan, G.; Vasiljević, N.; Dragićević, S.; Živković, N.; Radosavljević, Z. (2011): Erosion Control and Protection from Torrential Floods – Spatial Aspects. SPATIUM-International Review (ISSN 1450-569X), No. 25, pg. 1-6 (DOI: 10.2298/SPAT1125001R).
  • Ristić, R.; Radić, B.; Miljanović, V.; Trivan, G.; Ljujić, M.; Letić, Lj.; Savić, R. (2013): „Blue-green“ corridors as a tool for mitigation of natural hazards and restoration of urbanized areas: a case study of Belgrade city. SPATIUM-International Review (ISSN 1450-569X), No. 30, pg. 18-22 (DOI: 10.2298/SPAT1330018R).
  • Ristić, R.; Kostadinov, S.; Radić, B.; Trivan, G.; Nikić, Z. (2012): Torrential Floods in Serbia – Man Made and Natural Hazards. 12th Congress INTERPRAEVENT 2012, Proceedings (ISBN 978-3-901164-19-4), pg. 771-779, Grenoble, France.
  • Trivan, G.; Stanković, D.; Jović, Đ.; Ćirković-Mitrović, T. (2010): Per sustainable and unsustainable development from Stockholm to Copenhagen. International scientific conference „Forest ecosystems and climate changes“Proceedings (ISBN 978-86-80439-22-8), Volume 1, p. 207-213, Institute of Forestry, 9-10thMarch 2010, Belgrade. 
  • Stanković, D.; Trivan, G. (2009): Sustainable development within the concept of multidisciplinary approach of ecology and environmental protection. Topola br.183/184, pg. 129-136