PA set to regularise illegal zoo against €10,000 fine
Planning Commissions indicates it will regularise illegally developed Serengeti zoo in Rabat after it imposes a fine
Successful organic waste collection increases eight-fold
Malta has collected 8,888 tonnes of organic waste between the end of October and the end of February, up from just 959 tonnes in the same period in the previous year, an increase...
ERA reform: will José Herrera’s mountain deliver a giant... or a mouse?

Unless the ERA is given equal power as its planning counterpart, the structural imbalance that favours development over the environment will never be redressed

Unless the ERA is given equal power as its planning...

Delia’s ‘inconvenient truth’ on climate change was honest, scary, but weird

Political leaders cannot just tell people to ‘panic’ in the face of irreversible climate change: they must offer the truth of the radical solution...

Political leaders cannot just tell people to...

Spring blues: Cold outbreak cools down week ahead

A significant cold outbreak has made its mark in the rest of Europe, but...

A significant cold outbreak has made its mark in the rest...

This is not an environmental policy. This is showboating

I like trees and all that, but the extension to the Ta’ Qali...

I like trees and all that, but the extension to...

Updated | Malta registers second-highest carbon emissions in EU in 2018

While the EU has registered an average decrease of 2.5% in CO2 emissions, Malta’s carbon emissions have increased by 6.7% in 2018

While the EU has registered an average decrease of 2.5% in...

Birzebbuga's Saint George's Bay next in line for ‘Balluta’ sand re-nourishment

Consultants warn against raising expectations that reclaimed beach can be permanent

Consultants warn against raising expectations that...

Maltese freeze is bad news for Dutch fries, as exports are down 50%

Malta has seen a massive drop of 50% in potato export to the Netherlands, due...

Malta has seen a massive drop of 50% in potato export to...

Eat less meat: Malta animal charity MSPCA wants public to go ‘cruelty free’

MSPCA to launch campaign with vegan athlete on the benefits of eating less meat

MSPCA to launch campaign with vegan athlete on the benefits...

3,000 manholes to be sealed to stop illegal dumping inside Malta’s sewers

Illegal waste like cow’s carcasses and pigs’ heads gets dumped inside Malta’s sewers: 3,000 manholes around the island will have to be...

Illegal waste like cow’s carcasses and...

Hunting lobby group says it is breeding turtle doves in their thousands

Meanwhile, BirdLife said that it had received two birds that were illegally shot since the autumn hunting season opened earlier this month

Meanwhile, BirdLife said that it had received two birds...

Environmental NGO appeals PA decision on Manoel Island mega development

The project’s 650 new apartments will generate more people and traffic, exacerbating the situation in an already highly congested area, Flimkien...

The project’s 650 new apartments will generate more...

Fuel pumps, wider roads, underwater tunnels and artificial islands: dissecting the greenwash assault

MaltaToday has a go at the tiresome excuses of Labour ministers over their desultory record on the environment, and how government and big business offer...

MaltaToday has a go at the tiresome excuses of Labour...

Climate change will aggravate water scarcity for Maltese agriculture

Malta’s projected temperature and rainfall is expected to change by the...

Malta’s projected temperature and rainfall is...

NGOs file judicial protest calling for immediate publication of Gozo tunnel studies

‘This game of hide and seek and of withholding of essential information must stop’

‘This game of hide and seek and of withholding of...

[WATCH] Wied il-Ghasel to undergo €2.2 million rehabilitation

Ambjent Malta, in collaboration with Infrastructure Malta, will be...

Ambjent Malta, in collaboration with Infrastructure Malta,...

Graffitti convinced pressure on PA ‘is working’, leaves campsite outside regulator's driveway

The NGO, which had been occupying the Planning Authority’s driveway with tents, is currently cleaning its campsite, convinced its action has had an effect

The NGO, which had been occupying the Planning...

[WATCH] A Lenten reflection: can you take the fight against climate change to the soul?

Can the Lenten season be an opportunity for Christians to consider the effects of meat production on greenhouse gas emissions and global food waste?

Can the Lenten season be an opportunity for Christians to...

Lights out tonight for Earth Hour, a moment of reflection on the fate of the planet

This year’s Earth Hour takes place at 8:30pm when lights will go out on symbolic sites to highlight the threat of climate change and nature loss

This year’s Earth Hour takes place at 8:30pm when...