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Whistleblowers are crucial for response to climate change, pollution

16 October 2023 - Whistleblowers have a key role in shaping their organization's response to climate change and pollution, British group Protect said

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EU moves to curb microplastics intentionally added to products

29 September 2023 - The ban is expected to prevent the release of about half a million tons of microplastics to the environment

Clearing the haze: prioritizing air quality in Southeast Europe

07 September 2023 - The quality of air can significantly impact our health and quality of life. In Southeast Europe, air pollution is the leading environmental threat to public health.

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Toxic tailings dump in North Macedonia to be turned into solar power plant

29 August 2023 - The town of Probištip in North Macedonia will seek an investor to remediate a mining tailings dump and build a solar power plant on the site

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Coal plants in Western Balkans increase pollution, legal breaches in 2022

28 June 2023 - Emissions of SO2, NOx and dust all rose last year, Bankwatch said in a report on thermal power plants using coal in the Western Balkans

Serbia Zijin Copper develops plan to reduce emissions, switch to renewables

Serbia Zijin Copper preparing plan to reduce emissions, switch to renewables

14 April 2023 - The company is heavily criticized as one of the biggest polluters in Serbia, particularly of air

Air pollution North Macedonia triggers emergency measures

Air pollution in North Macedonia triggers emergency measures

26 December 2022 - North Macedonia introduced emergency measures to reduce air pollution and protect the population and issued recommendations

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Gjakova city in Kosovo* sets example in sustainable district heating with new biomass plant

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

Professor Fath: Scientists should be activists

25 October 2022 - Chemistry Professor Andreas Fath from the HFU university in Furtwangen has swum along the Danube from its source in Germany to the Black Sea

EU wastes more food than it imports

EU wastes more food than it imports

26 September 2022 - At a time when 33 million citizens of the European Union cannot afford enough meals,...

Rio Tinto eager to reopen talks with Serbian government on Jadar project

Rio Tinto eager to reopen talks with Serbia on Jadar lithium project

06 May 2022 - At the annual shareholders' meeting in Australia the company's top executives said that the project is perfect

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Municipal waste – Serbia’s untapped resource

02 April 2022 - We continue the series called Serbia, from garbage dumps to circular economy, with an article on municipal waste management. We spoke to Gojkan Stojinović, Jovanka Dakić and Milica Lukić.

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