09 December 2022 - With its new cogeneration plant and a district heating network upgrade, Gjakova has set an example for municipal authorities in the Balkans
08 December 2022 - Environmentalists may turn to court to overturn the government's approval for the opening of a coking coal mine in northwest England
25 November 2022 - Liquid 3 is a photo-bioreactor with microalgae that cleans the air and serves as a bench in the Belgrade city centre
22 November 2022 - At COP27, delegates agreed to establish a fund to help the most vulnerable countries but failed to commit to phasing out all fossil fuels
15 November 2022 - InoBat is considering options for a battery plant in Serbia, claiming the government offered massive incentives. Environmentalists said they won't allow it.
15 November 2022 - EU support for coal regions has achieved little for the climate transition, according to the...
14 November 2022 - Locals and environmentalists in the Seferihisar area near Izmir were relieved to hear that a court scrapped permits for geothermal drilling
10 November 2022 - The European Commission wants to cut red tape for renewables but it may lower environmental standards in the process
27 October 2022 - The EU is amending the regulations for ambient air, surface and groundwater pollutants and urban wastewater treatment
14 October 2022 - Jadarite is a unique mineral, but it is the worst kind, according to Professor and Vice-rector at the University of Belgrade Ratko Ristić
06 October 2022 - North Macedonia scrapped the concessions for a group of small hydroelectric units in the newly proclaimed Shar Mountains national park