Heritage watchdog ‘surprised’ fuel stations still considered despite policy review
The Superintendence for Cultural Heritage expressed 'apprehension' at such a development, insisting that the planning, management and protection of Maltese landscapes is...
Get caught drinking from the tap: why better taste is the next step in Malta’s water revolution
Malta’s tap water often gets a bad rep for its quality of taste. But a project to improve its taste is behind a drive to make consumers choose this cheaper water instead of...
[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...

Mario Balzan, a senior lecturer at the Institute of Applied...

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

Police officer accompanied poacher on illegal hunting trip

Several birds are still being shot at in the Maltese countryside although the...

Several birds are still being shot at in the Maltese...

[WATCH] Masked poachers caught red-handed, 20 to face charges

Poachers wearing masks 'like bank robbers' to avoid identification...

Poachers wearing masks 'like bank robbers' to avoid...

Studies still ongoing for relocation of tuna pens

‘There currently is no specific site for the North Aquaculture Zone’

‘There currently is no specific site for the North...

Agreement reached with seven quarry owners for dumping of construction waste

Seven quarry operators will be offered fiscal incentives in return for using the quarries for the dumping of construction waste

Seven quarry operators will be offered fiscal incentives in...

Students' report proposes controversial changes to environmental law

A proposal paper on the future of environmental law considers a number of bold...

A proposal paper on the future of environmental law...

Sant insists fishing data undermining traditional Maltese fishermen

In reply to Commission rebuttal, Labour MEP says large-scale fishermen have...

In reply to Commission rebuttal, Labour MEP says...

[WATCH] In Europe, waste crimes top list of crimes against environment

Interpol survey amongst European countries finds that member states are mainly concerned with corruption links to environment crime • Malta still needs to...

Interpol survey amongst European countries finds that...

Activists want Manoel Island contract investigated

Kamp Emergenza Ambjent: ‘The government is powerful enough to stop the...

Kamp Emergenza Ambjent: ‘The government is powerful...

Developers insist 2006 rationalisation plans must be ‘honoured’

Amid calls to the government to save 17,530 square metres of land, at...

Amid calls to the government to save 17,530 square metres...

Small-scale fisheries to benefit from streamlined funding scheme under MedFish4ever declaration

The European Commission has pledged to support sustainable small-scale fisheries and aquaculture by streamlining funding schemes for local projects, as part of...

The European Commission has pledged to support sustainable...

Wild Bird Regulation Unit accused of taking credit for CABS’s work

eNGO CABS has accused WBRU head Sergei Golovkin of using its efforts to...

eNGO CABS has accused WBRU head Sergei Golovkin of using...

Zabbar agritourism breached local plan but still got permit

The agritourism policy yardstick was not applied since owner is not a farmer,...

The agritourism policy yardstick was not applied since...