Environment

27 April 2006
From Grave to Cradle Premium
Chernobyl as seen by TOL's staff and commentators over the last decade.
By TOL staff
 
12 April 2006
The Cost of Entry Premium
If Romania wants the doors of the European Union to open on 1 January, it must invest billions of euros in environmental protection. But many are skeptical that the country will do it.
By Elena Stan
 
29 March 2006
Shutting off the Gas
Russia is working to block efforts by some Central Asian countries to gain more direct access to Western energy markets. From EurasiaNet.
By Sergei Blagov
 
13 February 2006
Call of the Homestead
Wolves are an increasingly common sight in Central Asia – and the health authorities are worried.
By Kudrat Babadjanov
 
High Tatras
23 January 2006
Rising from the Ashes Premium
More than a year after wind and fire mauled the High Tatra mountains, the Slovak government has agreed to let nature regenerate the forests.
By Maria Husova
 
15 December 2005
Camp Life Premium
The people living in Kosovo's contaminated "temporary" camps are hostages to the international community's indecision.
By Martin Fisher
 
10 June 2005
Un-Social Europe Premium
Alarm bells should be ringing about work safety in the new EU member-states. Unfortunately, EU policies may only worsen the situation.
By Charles Woolfson
 
26 May 2005
Point and Shoot Premium
Tibor Kocsis lets the people and the landscapes of the Romanian highlands speak for themselves in his film about the hotly-contested Rosia Montana gold mine.
By Elke de Wit
 
16 March 2005
Testing the Winds Premium
Environmental concerns are taking a back seat to politics in the Czech government's thinking on renewable energy.
By Tim Gosling
 
Logo of Czech NGO Nesehnuti
16 March 2005
The Changing Face of Czech Environmentalism Premium
Western money is co-opting Czech environmental groups, writes Adam Fagan.
By Michael Smith
 

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