Turkish court blocks geothermal projects Izmir protect water sources

Turkish court blocks geothermal projects near Izmir to protect water sources

14 November 2022 - Locals and environmentalists in the Seferihisar area near Izmir were relieved to hear that a court scrapped permits for geothermal drilling

Europe could be hit by similar protests against lithium as Serbia

02 November 2022 - Julia Poliscanova from Transport & Environment wrote recommendations on how to avoid challenges for the European car industry including potential protests like the ones in Serbia

European Commission stricter rules air water pollutants

European Commission proposes stricter rules on air, water pollutants

27 October 2022 - The EU is amending the regulations for ambient air, surface and groundwater pollutants and urban wastewater treatment

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

Sustainable Nexus solutions Drin river basin

Sustainable Nexus solutions for Drin river basin

05 October 2022 - In a new Nexus Assessment, GWP-Med and UNECE point to tools that can reconcile rival interests over the use of natural resources for energy, agriculture and water use in the Drin river basin

PPC progress Mesochora hydropower irrigation

PPC making progress with Mesochora hydropower, irrigation project

23 September 2022 - The environmental impact study for the Mesochora hydropower plant in Greece is finished and expropriation is advancing, a news report said

right to water xperts warn water first come, first served Serbia

Experts warn that water is used on first come, first served basis in Serbia

05 September 2022 - According to the findings from new research, a million inhabitants in Serbia occasionally or permanently lack access to clean drinking water

Scientists warn rainwater unsafe to drink

Scientists warn rainwater is unsafe to drink

11 August 2022 - The levels of so-called forever chemicals in rainwater exceed the most stringent standards developed by health and environmental agencies

Drought-lowers-hydropower-plant-output-Serbia-Europe

Drought lowers hydropower plant output in Serbia, Europe

10 August 2022 - The water flow in Serbia's hydropower system dropped by a half, increasing the need for electricity imports, but the situation is similar across Europe

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Climate change impacting wine, olive production in drought-stricken Italy

20 July 2022 - The Italian way of life is under threat, especially in the valley of the river Po, which turned into a creek due to the ongoing drought

Turkish entity Cyprus energy water deal government Nicosia

Turkish entity in Cyprus offers energy, water deal to government in Nicosia

05 July 2022 - Cypriot Turkish leader Ersin Tatar offered the Republic of Cyprus a deal on hydrocarbons, electricity, renewables and water, but under a two-state solution

Red alert triggered in Serbia as 40% of citizens drink unsafe water

08 June 2022 - About 40% of Serbia's residents drink unsafe water while about 600,000 residents of Vojvodina get drinking water with traces of arsenic

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