Environment

7 January 2019
An Economic Marvel for Some, an Ecological Catastrophe for Others

Istanbul’s new airport was officially opened by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan this past fall, but environmentalists continue to cry foul over the impact of the project.

By Firat Fistik
 
4 January 2019
Mongolia Declares Hybrid War on Smog

Low emission cars are hugely popular, but a multi-pronged approach is required to tackle Ulaanbaatar’s pollution.

 
11 December 2018
As the Baltic Warms, Fish Vanish Premium

Temperatures in the sea are rising at three times the average rate for the world’s oceans.

 
23 November 2018
Czechs Must Learn to Save Water, Scientists Warn Premium

Record low river and groundwater levels persist, but drinking water supplies are sufficient for now.

 
14 November 2018
Above Water

Activists in Macedonia have won a fight for clean water despite years of dismissal by the former government. From Global Voices.

By Filip Stojanovski
 
7 November 2018
Kosovo Sticks by Coal Plant Despite Pollution Fears Premium

Even with some of the worst air in Europe, the lignite-rich Balkan nation says it can’t afford cleaner energy.

 

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