Nairobi/Ljubljana – Slovenian Environment Minister Andrej Vizjak highlighted the role and potential of green investment as he addressed in a video call a virtual session of the UN Environment Assembly, which started in Kenya’s capital Nairobi on Monday.
Brussels – The European Commission has taken Slovenia to court for failure to comply with the directive concerning urban waste water treatment. The country has also received a formal notice for not complying with the EU’s electronic tolling rules.
WWF Greece invites professional and amateur shutterbugs to take part in a competition for the best photographs of Greek sites that belong to the European Union's Natura 2000 network of nature protection areas. The best images will be published by Fotografos magazine and win cool prizes.
With Turkey battling drought stemming from climate change, official data reveals that about three-quarters of the total water consumed in the country is used for irrigation and that there is a water loss of 35-60 percent due to the surface irrigation method.
With Turkey facing severe drought conditions, dams in several major cities in the country are drying up at an alarming rate, widely affecting daily life and agriculture, officials and experts have warned.