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German Industry Plans To Cut Its Gas Consumption

German companies and public institutions should heat their offices to a maximum of 19 degrees Celsius this winter to help reduce natural gas consumption,...

Swiss Army Airlifts Water To Thirsty Animals In Alpine Meadows

Swiss Army helicopters have been deployed to deliver water to thousands of thirsty farm animals during the hot summer. A lack of rainfall this year...

‘Zoe’ Becomes the World’s First Named Heat Wave

The heat wave that hit the southern part of Spain last week is the first in history to...

EIB Global Visits Montenegro, Signs 50M Euros Climate Credit Line

EIB Global delegation, headed by Acting Managing Director Markus Berndt, visited Montenegro and signed 50 million Euros climate...

Earthquake Strikes Philippines

7.1 magnitude earthquake struck the northern Philippine island of Luzon. Officials say at least five people were killed, 64...

Natural Gas Hits Highest Level Since 2008

Price of natural gas prices are surging around the world as high temperatures stoke demand for the fuel....

Europe’s Largest Floating Solar Farm Ready To Produce Power

Europe’s largest floating solar farm, which is on the Alqueva hydroelectric dam’s reservoir in Portugal, is ready to...

Meet The European Green City Finalists

The finalists in the run for the EU Green Capital 2024 Award are Cagliari (Italy) and Valencia (Spain). The...

Europe Battles Wildfires And Intense Heat

Britain recorded its hottest day on record with temperatures hitting 40C for the first time, which forced train...

The Solar Power Plant At The Belgrade Airport Put Into Operation

The BELGRADE AIRPORT company, part of the VINCI Airports company and the operator of the Nikola Tesla airport,...

European Parliament Backs Listing Nuclear Energy, Gas As ‘Green’

The push to label natural gas and nuclear energy as "green" in order to lure in more private...

UN Calls For Renewable Energy Push Following Damning Climate Report

UN chief Antonio Guterres has called for more investment in renewable energy and an end to the millions...

Climate Change: Wind And Solar Reach Milestone As Demand Surges

Wind and solar generated 10% of global electricity for the first time in 2021, a new analysis shows. Fifty...

North Macedonia’s Pilot Green Financing Facility To Receive Funding From Joint SDG Fund

Selected from a global pool of submissions coming from over 100 countries, North Macedonia’s joint programme for establishing a...

Realisation Of Project “EU For Green Agenda In Serbia” Begins

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and the European Union (EU) Ambassador to the Republic of Serbia Emanuele Giaufret presented...

Past Seven Years Hottest On Record – EU Satellite Data

The past seven years have been the hottest on record, according to new data from the EU's satellite...

EBRD And EU Finance Energy Efficiency Improvements In Belgrade

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Union (EU) are backing Belgrade, the capital...

The Embassy Of Norway Hosts Renewable Energy Conference

Last week Nordic Business Alliance participated in the Renewable Energy Conference hosted and organized by the Norwegian Embassy. The...

This Japanese Start-Up Has Designed A Wind Turbine That Can Work In Typhoons

As governments and companies globally rush to install as much renewable energy capacity as possible to cut carbon...

Facts & Figures

Recycling Saves Both Planet And Money

In step with the growth of global overheating and increasingly obvious climate change, recycling is becoming increasingly important,...

Protesters Blocking Roads Due To New Laws On Property Expropriation And Referendum

Protests over the law on property expropriation and referendum were organized in Belgrade and Novi Sad over the...

Brazil Deforestation: Number Of Trees Cut Down In Amazon Reaches Highest Level Since 2006

Environment Minister Joaquim Pereira Leite admits the deforestation amounts to a series of "crimes", but says increased protections have recently...

Climate Change In 11 Charts

With COP26 underway, the climate crisis is in the spotlight. Here are the most important facts relating to...

German Brands By Brian Jones

German Car Brands Engineered To Perfection

German car brands are known for manufacturing high-class vehicles that consistently exceed driver expectations as far as performance...

Comment

It Pays To Be Green

Serbian citizens are painfully aware of climate change, biodiversity loss and resource scarcity, and – regardless of their...

Sweden And The Circular Economy

A Long And Exciting Journey

Known for being one of the world’s most innovative countries, Sweden has good prospects to be at the...

Norwegian Expertise Contributes To Biowaste Management In Serbia, By Jens Måge

Smart Way To Get Started In Serbia

Biowaste management is a starting point and a prerequisite for all waste management in a circular bioeconomy. It...

Finland

Stepping Boldly Towards A Circular Economy

Since the creation of Finland’s roadmap to a circular economy, ever more countries have recognised the importance of...

Examples Of Good Practice From Denmark

The Circular Economy Is An Inspiring Journey

Climate change, biodiversity loss and resource scarcity oblige us all to rethink our businesses and our responsibility. The...

4 Ways To Make Solar Panels More Sustainable

Solar panels provide the largest and cheapest source of renewable energy. But there is still room to reduce...

Towards Urgent Global Climate Change Action: Release Of IPCC’s Latest Report

On 9 August 2021, the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the Working Group 1 contribution to the Sixth...

Prime Minister Modi’s Address At The Leaders’ Summit On Climate 2021

Your Excellency President Biden,Distinguished colleagues,My fellow Citizens of this Planet, Namaskar!I would like to thank President Biden for taking...

Euro At Its Lowest Level Against Dollar In The Last Two Decades

The value of the dollar recorded a strong growth in the world markets since the American central bank (Fed)...

The Swiss Voted In A Referendum That Women Should Retire At 65

The Swiss voted by a narrow majority in a referendum to increase the retirement age for women to 65,...

Giorgia Meloni Claims Victory To Become Italy’s First Female Prime Minister

According to the results published after the polls closed, the right-wing coalition led by the Brothers of Italy party,...

Total Revenues Of Video Game Industry In Serbia Amounted To 125 Million Euros In 2021

The video game industry in Serbia employs 3,000 people who work in 130 gaming companies, with total revenues last...

Leaders Of 44 Countries Invited To The First Meeting Of The European Political Community

Representatives of 44 countries have been invited to the first meeting of the European political community, which will be...