‘Hazardous’ white goods stored in Iklin until new Hal Far facility ready
Storage of over 500 tonnes of white goods was in breach of ERA permit condition, Wasteserv said
[WATCH] Renaturing: Why bringing back the green can solve urban problems
Mario Balzan, a senior lecturer at the Institute of Applied Sciences of the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is the coordinator of the ‘ReNature’...
PA starts reform of controversial rural policy

Planning Authority commences review of rural policy which controversially paved...

Planning Authority commences review of rural policy which...

Extinction Rebellion Malta calls on parliament to unanimously declare climate change emergency

The eNGO said that future generations being born in Malta today, will face the consequences of a failure to act if no action is taken

The eNGO said that future generations being born in Malta...

Some carrots, but no sticks: Budget 2020 on climate and the environment

Cut-off date for fossil fuel engines and 2050 deadline for carbon-neutral Malta, but can businesses get their act in order without being pushed?

Cut-off date for fossil fuel engines and 2050 deadline for...

450 reverse vending machines to be in place by end of 2020

Beverage container refund scheme for plastics, metal and glass beverages...

Beverage container refund scheme for plastics, metal...

Gozo tremor recorded at magnitude 3.7

Slight tremor felt in Gozo late on Tuesday evening

Slight tremor felt in Gozo late on Tuesday evening

Greta Thunberg leads 500,000 strong climate rally in Canada as demonstrations go global

Moscow, Berlin, The Hague, Turin, Lausanne, Stockholm and Tel Aviv all saw protests calling for action on climate change.

Moscow, Berlin, The Hague, Turin, Lausanne, Stockholm and...

[WATCH] Birgu marina gets new seabin

The seabins will be employed to clear the water from debris and microplastics and are self-sustaining

The seabins will be employed to clear the water from debris...

Climate change tops terrorism as top global problem for Maltese

In 2011, the Maltese saw terrorism as the world’s top problem; now 33% of...

In 2011, the Maltese saw terrorism as the world’s top...

Farmers to be given free audit and €5,000 for water-saving installations

Water consumption campaign earmarks €750,000 for conservation of water in agriculture

Water consumption campaign earmarks €750,000 for...

Wied Bufula outlet saved from development

The Planning Authority has rejected a zoning application to designate the mouth...

The Planning Authority has rejected a zoning application to...

Underwater trap among illegal trapping sites reported to police

The Committee Against Bird Slaughter said it had discovered eight illegal sites...

The Committee Against Bird Slaughter said it had discovered...

Warning in a circled hour-glass: a new Maltese generation demands action on climate change

The extinction symbol – a circled hour-glass – is fast becoming the brand for a global rebellion triggered by the threat of mass extinction....

The extinction symbol – a circled hour-glass –...

The air that we breathe

Sometimes we do not realise just how disturbing and stressful it is to see rows of cranes, ravenous bulldozers crushing their way through neighbourhoods and...

Sometimes we do not realise just how disturbing and...

‘Enough is enough’: Graffitti makes call for national protest for the environment

Call to arms for residents associations, NGOs, farmers and workers to join 7 September demonstration in Valletta to present list of demands on state of...

Call to arms for residents associations, NGOs, farmers and...

7,000 enforcements and counting…

Six main take-aways from the Planning Authority’s latest annual report

Six main take-aways from the Planning Authority’s...

NGOs file court appeal to stop Dwejra restaurant development

€3,000 were donated by the general public, helping BirdLife and other NGOs...

€3,000 were donated by the general public, helping...

At blistering 37.8 degrees, hottest ever June recorded in Malta since 1923

  June heat makes waves and breaks records

  June heat makes waves and breaks records

Malta with one of EU’s lowest rates of female farm managers

Along with the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany, Maltese women managing...

Along with the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany, Maltese...