Three generations explain how their lives were transformed by the nuclear explosion in 1986. From The Guardian.
The plans to allow large-scale logging in the Bialowieza forest are likely to put the country on a collision course with environmentalists and the European Union.
European breeding programs are helping keep the critically endangered wild horse from extinction.
Strontium-90 levels have actually risen, posing a danger to people living near the devastated nuclear plant.
The pink salamander’s reproductive habits have captivated scientists and Postojna Cave tourists.
New government indicates coal will take a back seat to less carbon-intensive fuels in line with EU policy.
Illegal and legal logging may have destroyed more than half the country’s forests since 1990, environmentalists say.
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