Environmental social science

Bulgaria is ready with Adequate Measures in case of Disruption of Gas Supplies due to the War

Bulgaria is ready to implement adequate measures if there is a disruption or disruption of gas supplies due to the war between Russia and Ukraine. This was stated by the Bulgarian Minister of Energy Alexander Nikolov, who participated in the extraordinary meeting of the Council "Transport, Telecommunications and Energy" of the European Union in the format "Energy".

Experts say epidemiologists should have main say on epidemics

Ljubljana – Prominent Slovenian health experts said at a round table on Wednesday that epidemiologists should have had a major say in the management of the Covid-19 epidemic in Slovenia, with some adding that there was an unclear line between the government’s advisory group and political interests.

More than 25,000 tons of COVID-19 Protection Waste Floats in the Oceans

Since the start of the 2020 pandemic, many have become accustomed to using personal protective equipment, which is often disposable and not used for a long time. The problem of mass pollution of the environment with used masks, gloves and bottles of antiseptics poses a significant threat to the biosphere worldwide.

Kon: "You call me Ustasha and Mengele. I will never forgive them for that"

"We can't see the results yet because that measure has just started to be applied. It is just an introduction to something that should be implemented 24 hours a day. It is an epidemiological position. Is it too late to talk now? We requested these measures to be implemented since spring", said a member of the Crisis Staff.

COVID-19 Committee brainstorms ahead of expected Delta variant tempest

The National Committee on COVID-19 is meeting today in one of its most critical sessions as the scientific community in Greece and globally grapples with possible measures and strategies for coping with the furious spread of the virus's extremely transmissible Delta variant.

Labour Inspectorate receives 28% more reports of violations in 2020

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s Labour Inspectorate received 9,260 reports of violations in 2020, an increase of 28% compared to 2019. 6,867 reports were connected to employment relations, 2,043 in the field of occupational safety and health, and 350 reports were connected to social affairs. The inspectorate carried out 17,334 inspections last year.

Environment Min Skrekas meets with Belgian FM Wilmès

Εnvironment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas on Thursday met with visiting Alternate Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Belgium Sophie Wilmès. Their discussion focused on the actions for the energy transition, renewable energy sources, energy storage and the introduction of hydrogen to the energy balance.

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