Bosnia & Herzegovina
16 March 2005
The Changing Face of Czech Environmentalism Western money is co-opting Czech environmental groups, writes Adam Fagan.
By Michael Smith
10 March 2005
Barking after a Lost Bone Slovakia’s attempt to change an EU commitment may be doomed, but it may make debate about the EU's energy policy less politically correct.
By Lucia Kubosova
3 February 2005
Botched, Tardy, and Chilling They know the risks of pollution and explosions are all too real, but the oil giants and financiers behind the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline remain oblivious to criticism.
By Manana Kochladze
20 January 2005
Nomads of the Frozen North The Nenets may have their nomadic lifestyle back, but oil and gas fields are now taking their grazing lands.
By Roland Durnford-Slater
22 December 2004
Unquiet Flows the Danube On the lower Danube, some Romanians are climbing aboard the tourism wagon, while others sing the Delta blues.
By Barbara Frye
20 December 2004
Stemming the Tide Montenegro’s environmentalists score an important victory in the fight against a dam project in Europe’s longest canyon.
By Aida Ramusovic
29 November 2004
Wind of Change A ferocious storm ruins the forests of the High Tatras, then sweeps down into the public arena.
By Lucia Kubosova
24 November 2004
Of Men and Bears An attack by a rabid bear is forcing authorities in Romania to make hard choices at a time when a shrinking habitat, declining food sources, and poaching may be making Romania’s bears an endangered species.
By Razvan Amariei
5 November 2004
A Growing Problem With only a few years before possible entry into the EU, rural Romania is showing little sign of becoming more like the rest of Europe.
By Andrew Cartwright
11 October 2004
Uncorking a Debate Over Bottles A proposed new Hungarian law on beverage containers is unlikely to stem the tide of plastic.
By Judit Szakacs
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