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Serbian Government Reinstates Rio Tinto’s Jadar Project Following Court Ruling

In a decisive turn of events, the Serbian Government has reinstated Rio Tinto’s Jadar lithium mine and...

Seine is Bit Cold, But Not Too Bad, Says Paris Major

This move comes just days before the city hosts the Olympic Games, where several events are set to take place on the historic waterway. "The...

One Million Bottles Collected at Recycling Machines in Sarajevo

The milestone comes as part of the “Recyclers in Bosnia and Herzegovina” project, which has been running for exactly one year. Earlier this week,...

Artificial Rain Extinguishes Major Forest Fire in China

In a remarkable display of technological prowess, authorities in China's northern Shanxi province have successfully extinguished a large forest fire using artificial rain, created...

French Companies Suez and Vinci Tasked with Wastewater Treatment Project in Belgrade

In a significant move to enhance wastewater treatment in Belgrade, the Serbian government has signed a memorandum of understanding with French companies Suez International...

Slovenia Breaks into the Top Ten of the World’s Most Peaceful Countries

This prestigious list, which assesses stability and tranquillity worldwide, has been topped by Iceland for the sixteenth consecutive year, maintaining its long-standing reputation as...

Global Food Prices Rise for Third Consecutive Month, Led by Cereals and Dairy

Global food prices have risen for the third consecutive month, led by significant increases in the costs of cereals and dairy products, while sugar...

Slovenia’s Jožef Stefan Institute Launches Facility to Advance Fusion Energy Research

Slovenia's premier research institution, the Jožef Stefan Institute (IJS), has inaugurated a new facility at its TRIGA nuclear research reactor, aimed at advancing fusion...

Croatia Grants 10 Adriatic Energy Exploration Licences

Croatia has recently awarded exploration licences to three groups, marking a significant step in its ambition to become a prominent energy supplier in the...

SEEnergy Conference Sparks Innovation in Green Energy Transition

The SEEnergy international energy conference, held from 15 to 17 May at the Celje Fair, successfully concluded, marking a significant advancement in the energy...

Golubac Welcomes First Wind Farm in Eastern Serbia

In a momentous event attended by Prime Minister Miloš Vučević, Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović Handanović, and Slovenian Ambassador to Serbia Damjan...

Dangerous Catch: World’s Most Poisonous Fish Caught near Croatian Island

In a daring twist of maritime fate near Ceja Island in Croatia's picturesque Medulin Bay, seven elusive specimens of Lagocephalus sceleratus, famously known as...

Yildirim Group Ventures into Kosovo’s Renewable Sector with 109-MW Solar Endeavour

Embracing the dawn of sustainable energy, Yildirim, a prominent Turkish industrial conglomerate, has set its sights on Kosovo's* renewable energy domain, embarking on a...

Mercator-S Becomes Serbia’s First “Green” Retail Chain

In a pioneering move towards sustainability and environmental protection, Mercator-S has become Serbia's first "green" retail chain by switching to electricity supplied entirely from...

$202 Million US-Kosovo* Energy Pact Launched to Boost Green Transition

The U.S. Government's Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and the Government of Kosovo have unveiled the MCC-Kosovo* Compact, a substantial $202 million grant initiative aimed...
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