Sustainable development

Slovenia ranks 9th in Agenda 2030 implementation

Ljubljana – Slovenia ranks 9th among 165 countries in the implementation of the Agenda 2030 sustainable development goals, according to a report complied by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network under the wings of the UN, and the Bertelsmann Stiftung foundation and the Cambridge University Press. Last year, it ranked 12th.

Electricity usage up 19.2 percent in May

Turkey's electricity consumption increased by 19.2 percent in May, compared to the same month of 2020, according to the latest data released by the Energy and Natural Resources Ministry.

The country's power consumption reached 24.78 billion kilowatt-hours last month and electricity production also increased by 20.3 percent to 24.90 billion kilowatt-hours compared to May 2020.

Turkish family visits 30 countries on bicycles

Imagine a mom, dad, and son head out on an adventure on their bikes across the globe! That's the Sarıhan family, and they have been pedaling in different parts of the world since 2005.

This family is made up of father Soner, mother İnci, and 12-year-old Tibet Çınar. When the wandering couple was cycling around the world, their son joined the team in 2011 when he was only 22 months.

Mytilineos: Investment in «green» fuels

With the main goal of reducing total direct and indirect CO2 emissions by at least 30% by 2030 in all its business activity, Mytilineos announced its cooperation with the technology company Selcoms-i, which is active in the field of Energy Management, offering solutions including in the field of alternative fuels (biofuels / sustainable fuel supplements).

InnoRenew CoE partner in New European Bauhaus initiative

Ljubljana – InnoRenew CoE, an institute focusing on interdisciplinary research of renewable materials and sustainably built environment, has become the sole Slovenian organisation to be included in the European Commission’s New European Bauhaus, an initiative aimed at creating future ways of sustainable living.

Execs say time is always right for sustainable transformation

Ljubljana – Sustainable strategic business transformation offers visible results as early as it is introduced and it is never too late to start, agreed participants of a conference hosted by the Spirit Slovenia agency on Wednesday. Business executives have also welcomed the mentorship programme of sustainable transformation.

European Investments Minister: National Reform and Resilience Plan to be tabled to Gov't this week

The National Reform and Resilience Plan (PNRR) will be presented to the government this week for a first reading, and the formal decision will hopefully come next week, Minister of European Investments and Projects Cristian Ghinea said today.

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