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Popov on Failure of Climate Change Politics in Eastern Europe

by Carmen Albisteanu // Julian Popov is currently the Minister of Environment of Bulgaria and an ex-consultant for the European Climate Foundation. He has worked as a consultant on numerous projects on institutional development, public relations and education policy.  Among his clients have been the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Commission, the […]

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Debate on energy efficiency in Bulgaria with Commissioner Hedegaard

European Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard hosted a public debate in Sofia to discuss the economic and environmental benefits of creating an energy-efficient, low-carbon society in Bulgaria. Buildings account for around 40 per cent of Europe’s energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. This is therefore one of the sectors with the greatest energy savings […]

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Of Atoms and Men

In Europe – Germany, Austria, and Italy have renounced nuclear energy, while in Lithuania and Bulgaria the transitions away from nuclear power are not so clear cut, write Lubomir Mitev and Edoardo De Silva for Revolve Magazine. The Fukushima nuclear catastrophe in March 2011 marked an outcry of public opinion in different countries against the […]

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A recent history of biomass. Poland and Romania

In the name of EU climate policies, deforestation is sold as a green solution. This is not happening in far […]

A Recent History of Biomass in Poland and Romania (multimedia and glossary)

In the name of EU climate policies, deforestation is sold as a green solution. This is not happening in far […]

Over 200 Indonesian community leaders speak out against palm oil for biofuels

Hundreds of Indonesian leaders of indigenous communities, farmers’ unions, smallholder organizations, human rights groups and environmental NGOs have signed an […]

PEOPLE’S CLIMATE CASE: EU taken to Court for failing to impose a robust emission reduction plan

A Carpathian shepherd together with other families from Europe and outside are taking the European Parliament and the Council of […]

A Forest Is A Levee

River Dora Riparia in Susa Valley is alpine however with particularities of plain running waters. “We are basically on a […]

Merano, A History Carved with Water

  In an unusual rain pouring cold morning Mayor Paul Rüsch, a rather non-political bonhomme, guided us through the history […]