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INA Fuels Green Transition with €98 Million Renewables Investment

Croatian oil company INA is steering a green course with a €98 million plunge into renewable energy...

UNDP Backs Launch of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s First Interactive Solar Atlas

In a significant move towards renewable energy, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Bosnia and Herzegovina has facilitated the launch of the country's...

Hungary Unveils Largest Green Hydrogen Refinery

In Sazhalombatta, Hungary, not far from Budapest, the largest green hydrogen refinery in the region has been ceremonially launched, marking a significant milestone in...

Zagreb’s Historic Water Infrastructure Overhaul

Tomislav Tomašević, the Mayor of Zagreb, has announced Project Zagreb, a transformative plan to revamp the city's water supply and sewage systems. With a...

DS Smith Expands Eastern European Reach with Bosis Acquisition

In a move to bolster its position in the Eastern European market, DS Smith, the UK-based sustainable packaging giant, has acquired Serbian packaging firm...

Leena Ylä-Mononen, Executive Director of the European Environment Agency

Shared Values and Commitment

We strongly believe that building our cooperation with Western Balkan partners in the years ahead will bring additional value to the EEA and its...

Bojan Kumer, Slovenian Minister of the Environment, Climate and Energy

Very Clear Tasks

The Western Balkan countries need to step up their decarbonisation measures through the increasing of their interconnectedness, the diversifying of energy sources and the...

By Željka Radulović, Journalist

Much Talk, Few “Green” Policies

A whopping 32 and a half years have elapsed since Montenegro was first declared an ecological state. And yet, just like that first day,...

Damir Habijan, Croatian Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development

Staunch Supporter of the Green Deal

Croatia is dedicated to the European Green Deal and is striving to achieve climate neutrality by 2050, having made substantial decarbonisation efforts in the...

By Adriano Milovan, Journalist

Carelessness is Costly

It was almost 15 years ago that a huge dump appeared suddenly in the vicinity of the village of Biljani Donji near Croatia’s fifth...

By Armin Zeba, Journalist

Chimney in the Lungs

According to research conducted by the World Health Organization and other institutions of global importance, Bosnia & Herzegovina is Europe’s most polluted country, while...

By Geri Kolgega, Journalist

Rivers don’t Forgive

When it emerged from the challenging communist era back in 1991, Albania set its sights on Western democracy and a future aligned with Europe....

Croatia Leads EU in Water Wealth

Croatia stands atop the EU for water resources per capita, boasting 30,000 cubic meters per individual, the Economy and Sustainable Development Ministry announced in...

Global Leaders Unite to Boost Nuclear Energy Commitment

At the inaugural nuclear energy summit in Brussels, hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Belgian government, world leaders and governmental...

Slovenia to Support Ukraine and Kosovo’s* Economic Ventures

SPIRIT Slovenija, Slovenia’s agency for investment and export promotion, has leveraged the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping event in Planica to host pivotal business...

By Geri Kolgega, Journalist

Rivers don’t Forgive

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