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Israeli specialists to advise on water treatment plan - Mizzi

Energy Minister Joe Mizzi, who was addressing the media at the Cumnija water polishing plant in Mellieha, said...
Controversial Maghtab mega fuel station back on agenda after appeals decision

3,500 square metre fuel station is placed back on PA’s agenda after appeals tribunal says no specific re...
Drone technology used to help farmers identify land in need of more water

Using drone photography and analysis, AgriDrone can count plants in the scanned area, generate a report where ...
Adrian Delia: Development should serve a purpose

PN leadership candidate Adrian Delia argues that permits for development should be issued based on the bigger ...
Valley rehabilitation committee collects 70 cubic metres of waste in its first days

Committee set up by the Environment Ministry to oversee the cleaning of Malta's valleys have collected ...
Free water no solution to water scarcity problems – hydrologist

The government will be offering the first 2,500 cubic metres of polished water derived from sewage treatment p...
Ten cruise ships which regularly visit Malta are among worst environmental offenders

Cruise Ship Ranking compiled by BirdLife’s German partner ranks cruse ships according to impact on the e...
Motorsport lobby hits back at Church racetrack criticism

Forget the racetrack, the government should plant more trees, the Church's environment commission has decl...
Lija needs a Pollution consultant, says Cycling Group

The Bicycle Advocacy Group also called for a walking commissioner and a cycling commissioner, which the group ...
Palumbo exported grit before Planning Authority issued enforcement against shipyard

Palumbo was granted a permit to export sand blasting grit two years after taking over the shipyards, but contr...
[WATCH] Ornis Committee yet to meet despite hunting season starts in three days

BirdLife Malta presents letter to Prime Minister Joseph Muscat urging government to prioritise environmental l...
No responsibilities yet for Sant’Antnin fires

In the wake of the huge blaze, GreenPak had announced that it was increasing the frequency of emptying br...
Large cloud formations over north of Malta bring promise of stray showers

With large cumulus clouds observed over the Maltese islands right now, stray shower could follow
Malta’s average temperature increased 1°C in 70 years... and experts warn of more frequent heatwaves

While awareness on the impact of global warming-driven climate change is not scarce, global efforts to counter...
Floods affect 16 million in Nepal, India and Bangladesh

Flood levels reach record highs in South Asia with more than 400 dead and hundreds injured and missing