Worsening soil erosion threatens agriculture as Malta loses more rubble walls
61 square kilometres - 19.3% of the total national land area - are at risk of moderate to severe soil erosion
Bus fleet change improved air quality, State Of The Environment report shows
The State of the Environment Report attributes a significant reduction in fine particulate matter in Msida between 2011 and 2012 to the introduction of a new bus fleet
‘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...

Business booming for batching plants, yet few have environmental permits

Demand for tarmac in Malta is increasing due to infrastructural projects. But only five out of scores of Maltese batching plants are covered by an...

Demand for tarmac in Malta is increasing due to...

BirdLife calls on public to help stranded seabirds

BirdLife Malta warns that young Scopoli's Shearwaters taking their...

BirdLife Malta warns that young Scopoli's...

Front Harsien ODZ calls for Parliamentary Committee meeting

‘Why is government ignoring Parliamentary Committee?’ Front Harsien...

‘Why is government ignoring Parliamentary...

New Suez Canal poses biodiversity risks for Malta

Alien species making their way into Maltese waters through the newly-expanded...

Alien species making their way into Maltese waters through...

Gozitan gets record €8,000 fine for illegal trapping

Trapper receives lifetime ban on hunting and trapping licence

Trapper receives lifetime ban on hunting and trapping...

Ownership of coastline not a planning issue – MEPA

MEPA policy securing public ownership of coastline substituted by vague SPED...

MEPA policy securing public ownership of coastline...

Warmer, drier than average weather recorded in September

A total rainfall of 16.4mm was recorded, a third of what was expected

A total rainfall of 16.4mm was recorded, a third of what...

'Petrol station policy paving way for urban sprawl' - Front Ħarsien ODZ

The policy allows brand new petrol stations (not re-located ones) to be developed on 3,000 square meter sites in ODZ areas adjacent and opposite sites...

The policy allows brand new petrol stations (not re-located...

Malta opts out of growing GMO crops

Government decides to ban the cultivation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

Government decides to ban the cultivation of genetically...

Updated | White stork ‘shot down in Gozo’, FKNK offers €2,000 reward for information

Gozo police investigating report that two poachers had allegedly shot down a white stork at close range before fleeing off with their kill. 

Gozo police investigating report that two poachers had...

Green economy national strategy launched for final consultation

53 proposals for green-led economic growth

53 proposals for green-led economic growth

Swedish storks land in Malta

A flock of young white storks (Cikonja Bajda) from a Swedish reintroduction programme is currently being guarded by BirdLife Malta.

A flock of young white storks (Cikonja Bajda) from a...

Former Din l-Art Helwa president elected to international heritage NGO board

Simone Mizzi elected to executive board of the International National Trusts Organisation 

Simone Mizzi elected to executive board of the...