Met office says devastating storm in Sicily won’t affect Malta
Meteorological Office says Malta still expecting good weather despite a storm which devastated parts of Sicily earlier in the week
Bolder light pollution rules set to change Maltese nightlife
Clearer and darker: commercial signage, billboards, churches and monuments will be switched off after 11pm and lasers and searchlights pointing to the sky will be banned
Playing our part in the ecological transition | Aaron Farrugia, Miriam Dalli

We cannot ignore the consequential rise in pollution... such reversal is only possible through an ecological transition that recognizes the value of...

We cannot ignore the consequential rise in...

Hunters’ Miżieb and Aħrax woodland deal challenged in court by NGOs

BirdLife, Graffitti, Din L-Art Ħelwa, Friends of the Earth, FAA and Ramblers Association file court case challenging FKNK guardianship for Miżieb and...

BirdLife, Graffitti, Din L-Art Ħelwa, Friends of the...

Grit blasting: No decision on Palumbo appeal after four years

Decision on appeal against PA enforcement against concrete layering on grit...

Decision on appeal against PA enforcement against concrete...

Malta finalising carbon neutrality plan for 2050, minister tells Brussels

‘Malta fully committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2050’ says environment minister Aaron Farrugia

‘Malta fully committed to reaching carbon neutrality...

Seeing it all vanish before our eyes: Another top ranking for the Maltese

A Eurobarometer survey shows that the Maltese are the most likely in Europe to think that the landscape in rural areas in their country has been deteriorating...

A Eurobarometer survey shows that the Maltese are the most...

Plans of the Miżieb and Aħrax woodlands show restricted picnic sites

The government has tried to put to bed accusations of underhandedness in the signing the agreement for a token €400 annually

The government has tried to put to bed accusations of...

Spring hunting season inspections surpass 1,300 in first five days

Officials from the Wild Birds Regulation Unit and the police have carried out...

Officials from the Wild Birds Regulation Unit and the...

Bengħisa solar farm may stop leaching of toxins in water table

Quarry turned landfill earmarked for 8,000-panel solar farm

Quarry turned landfill earmarked for 8,000-panel solar farm

Farmers yielding two crops a year with ‘new’ second-class water

Filtered water from treated sewage serving 170 farmers in Mellieha, to be...

Filtered water from treated sewage serving 170 farmers in...

What we talk about when we talk about climate change

The way Western hegemony relates to small island states on the subject of...

The way Western hegemony relates to small island states on...

Government policy admits PA rules are facilitating speculation on agricultural land

Land speculation is being encouraged through policies which facilitate 'the reconstruction of derelict buildings for residential purposes'

Land speculation is being encouraged through policies which...

Billboard mayhem endangering Mdina views

The Superintendence urged the Planning Authority 'to safeguard the natural and cultural landscape' and refuse the billboard application

The Superintendence urged the Planning Authority 'to...

Fear of unknown viruses sinks Marco Cremona’s ground-breaking water treatment solution

An innovative project by eminent hydrologist Marco Cremona that allowed hotels to reduce water demand by 85% was killed by a decision of the Food Safety...

An innovative project by eminent hydrologist Marco Cremona...

Government presents motion to entrench Constitutional protection of environment

Constitutional amendment would introduce ‘strong moral and political obligation’ for the government to preserve the environment for future...

Constitutional amendment would introduce ‘strong...

[WATCH] Overhaul of Pitkalija vegetable market planned with new agriculture policy

The National Agricultural Policy will introduce new measures to facilitate the transfer of land between farmers, and the use of land by young farmers 

The National Agricultural Policy will introduce new...

[WATCH] Illegal tipping of industrial waste resumes

Video footage obtained by MaltaToday shows commercial waste being dumped in an...

Video footage obtained by MaltaToday shows commercial waste...

[WATCH] Malta’s unlikely eco-warriors

Dairy farmers, a dying breed in their own right, are saving our natural landscapes and keeping our land green and clean

Dairy farmers, a dying breed in their own right, are saving...

Farmers to get €600,000 to deal with growing manure and slurry problem

Farmers will get financial support to deal with the organic waste being generated by animals and slurry in farms

Farmers will get financial support to deal with the organic...