Many countries would be glad to rid themselves of waste, but Prime Minister Rama says the country needs to import the stuff.
Poaching in the Chernobyl zone continues, and it’s not hard to see why. From Euroradio.
Trend of urban beekeeping is on the rise in Ljubljana, whose green credentials make it perfect for the production of high-quality honey.
Rising temperatures linked to climate change are most likely responsible for steadily falling water levels in the Caspian Sea, a new study contends.
A project to restore large tracts of dried-out bog could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Poland is pushing back on two fronts against what it calls the European Union’s unjustified interference in its internal affairs.
Several large European firms will stop buying timber from Austrian company accused of turning a blind eye to illegal logging.
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