Tag: ecology

THE MANIPULATION BEHIND ECO-LABELLING

Manipulation is a ubiquitous phenomenon and is as old as humankind. But as society, its values and priorities are changing, manipulation is shaped according to these changes. Consequently, as our time is...

ART THROUGH THE PRISM OF ECOLOGY

When landfills spring up on green areas, and floating waste displaces fish from rivers, instead of a beautiful landscape, we get a mockery, which can wait a long time for its clean,...

ENVIRONMENTAL BOOK

In 2019, she first turned her love for writing, nature, and children into the fairy tale “Sounds of the forest”, and this autumn, her second book, “Environmental book”, was published. The book...

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AS PART OF BUSINESS STRATEGY

Since its inception, Eurobank Direktna has been providing continuous support to local communities where it successfully operates. It has been investing in projects and initiative in segments such as health, ecology, education,...

Climate Change is Changing Biodiversity as we Know It

Researchers simulated the warmer, wetter conditions predicted for northern Europe under climate change, by locally heating agricultural fields by 1.5 ºC and increasing irrigation by 40 percent. These conditions immediately lead to...

For Bosnia Without Trash

An informal Facebook group, whose goal is to make the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina become ecologically aware, has reached almost 53,000 members after nearly two years of existence, thus becoming a...

Good Buzz Travels Fast!

Would you believe us if we revealed to you that one Belgrade-based marketing agency with around 40 employees during just one day in April expanded its working capacity with 72,000 new members...

Green Montenegro

Within the framework of negotiations with the European Union, Montenegro has recently opened Chapter 27 covering the protection of the environment. The Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of this neighbouring country,...

NEW DELICATESSEN – Natural and Sun-Kissed

Pompon sun-dried paste is designed as a healthy, gluten-free alternative to classic pasta. Fresh pumpkin, by specially designed process of cutting into strips and natural drying process on sun and air, is...

The Impact of Architecture on the Environment

In 1987, the World Commission on the Environment and Development defined sustainability as a process of meeting the present needs without compromising future generations and their needs. This definition can be expounded...

Passionate Fisherman in the Struggle for Preservation of Untouched Nature

Twenty years ago, he won the affection of a broader audience with the role of Brando in the television serial “Family Treasure”. Since then, Vojin Cetkovic has shown that he is equally...

From Harmful Ambrosia over Pellets to a Warm Home

The large family home belonging to Rade Vujic from Sitnes near Srpac in Republika Srpska is probably the only building in the entire area that is being heated by combustion of a...

Goran Trivan The Minister of Environmental Protection: We Must Take Care of the Branch We are Sitting on

The term "sustainable development" origins from forestry and in short, it means that a man can cut down as many old trees as he has planted. In an attempt to come up...

Climate Change Could Displace Half a Million Atoll Residents Within Decades

A new study published in Science Advances Wednesday has bad news for the residents of low-lying atolls: If current greenhouse gas emission rates continue, climate change will render most of these islands...

Siemens Gamesa Secures Largest Ever Indian Wind Farm Deal With 300 Megawatt Contract

Siemens Gamesa announced on Thursday that it had received its largest ever wind turbine order in India with the sealing of a 300 megawatt (MW) supply contract to Sembcorp Energy India Limited...

Food and Drink Giants Unite in Promise to Wage War on Plastic Waste

The government may have promised to wipe out avoidable plastic waste in the UK by 2042, but today large swathes of the UK's food and drink sector went a leap further, in...

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