Environment

17 August 2006
Hazardous to Your Health Premium
A growth industry vital to Albania's future is in danger of being buried in filth.
By Besar Likmeta
 
31 July 2006
Precious Bane Premium
Local protests against two Bulgarian gold-mining projects are becoming national news.
By Georgi Iliev
 
10 July 2006
Neighbors Prepare for the Next Big One Premium
Satellites replace sandbags as the countries of the Danube basin join forces to fight floods.
By Thomas Orszag-Land
 
29 June 2006
Pipeline Dreams Premium
A tangled tale ensues when the world’s biggest pipeline meets its most precious lake.
By Julia Yazovskaya
 
9 June 2006
Tourism on a Roll Premium
Bulgaria faces key choices on its path to becoming a major tourist destination.
By Georgi Iliev
 
8 June 2006
Tapping a New Way to Survive
Experts say the flourishing trade in black-market gasoline in Ferghana Valley villages is seriously damaging local people's health and the environment.
By Anvar Mahkamov
 
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22 May 2006
Greens Take Root Premium
With elections around the corner, the Czech Greens anticipate entering parliament for the first time and even joining the next government.
By Michael Smith
 
2 May 2006
Follow the Money
One watchdog group says Turkmenistan’s leader has stolen billions of the country’s wealth from natural gas sales, with some European complicity.
By EurasiaNet
 
28 April 2006
In the Zone Premium
One of the Czech Republic’s top foreign correspondents finds that the meaning of Chernobyl continues to elude human understanding.
By Jan Rybar
 
27 April 2006
The Remains of the Day Premium
Those who risked their lives to contain and clean up the effects of the Chernobyl disaster recall those days and the indelible aftereffects.
By Andres Schipani-Aduriz
 

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