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...
‘Less poop, more trees’ – children turn walking into an urban exploration
The Birkirkara school children taking part in the ongoing ‘Nimxu Mixja’ project have taken a definitive stand in favour of a better urban environment, as MaltaToday...
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...

'Renewal of glyphosate licence major farming setback,' Friends of the Earth Malta say

Majority of EU member states in favour of five-year weed-killer licence renewal, Malta votes against

Majority of EU member states in favour of five-year...

Global CO2 emissions rise for the first time in four years

'Time is running out on our ability to keep warming below two degrees...

'Time is running out on our ability to keep warming...

New Zealand's winter shorter by 30 days, study finds

Brett Mullan, from the Nationalist Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research...

Brett Mullan, from the Nationalist Institute of Water and...

EU deadlock on controversial Glyphosate weed-killer licence renewal

Malta votes with eight other EU member states to block Commission proposal to...

Malta votes with eight other EU member states to block...

Toxic gas levels in air minimal following Sant’Antnin recycling plant fire

Air quality tests show legal levels of noxious gases, tests on burnt material show small quantity of residual hazardous chemicals

Air quality tests show legal levels of noxious gases, tests...

Ministers refused Majjistral compromise and steamrolled extended hunting hours

Majjistral park chairman Sammy Vella reveals ‘unmitigated folly’ and refusal of compromise solution to extend hunting and trapping hours

Majjistral park chairman Sammy Vella reveals...

Can social media launch the revolution against our national dependence on cars?

Traffic remains an ongoing source of anxiety for the Maltese. But social media can serve as a potential catalyst for a crucial perspective shift on this...

Traffic remains an ongoing source of anxiety for the...

Illegal ivory seizures hit record high last year, according to report

According to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species,...

According to the Convention on International Trade in...

World’s deepest lake undergoing crisis due to pollution and poaching

Lake Baikal's biodiversity includes over 3,600 plant and animal species, most of which are endemic to the lake

Lake Baikal's biodiversity includes over 3,600 plant...

New beach cleaning operations procedures issued by the ERA

New procedures were issued by the Environment and Resources Authority, to...

New procedures were issued by the Environment and Resources...

Take cover! Malta’s sustainability guardian is championing ‘marvellous building boom’

Malta’s ‘Guardian of the Future Generations’ should be railing against the construction boom. Instead, he lauds it...

Malta’s ‘Guardian of the Future...

Benna’s new milk carton screw cap has fired up the online debate on plastics

Whose side are you on? Convenience meets conscientiousness as a milk carton cap pits anti-littering group against the rebrand of Malta’s dairy staple

Whose side are you on? Convenience meets conscientiousness...