Bulgaria and countries around the globe mark Saturday, June 5, World Environment Day (WED), under the patronage of the United Nations.
Bulgarian authorities have been able to establish the source of the oil spill spotted near the northern Black Sea coastal town of Balchik Monday.
The international environmental organization WWF is holding Saturday, for the third time in a row, a campaign to clean the 11 natural parks in Bulgaria.
Sofia municipality has opened a tender for the selection of a company to recultivate a lot of the nearby operational landfill at Suhodol under an ambition project to turn the dump into a park.
A team of 18 scientists from 5 countries has set off on a research expedition along the Bulgarian coast of the Black Sea.
The worldwide famous harvest has begun Friday in the 'valley of the roses' close to Kazanlak in Central Bulgaria.
Half of the some 80 species of fish inhabiting the waters off the Bulgarian coast of the Black Sea have become extinct, according to fishing experts.
The US Ambassador to Bulgaria, James Warlick, launched Saturday the "Volunteers Days" which will be held in the capital Sofia and the cities of Plovdiv, Stara Zagora, Varna, Shumen and Burgas.
Bulgaria's Members of the Parliament passed Thursday the amendments of the Waste Management Act, drastically increasing fines for violators.
The wrangle over the ownership of the botanical garden in the coastal town of Balchik gathered momentum on Monday after the director alarmed that its future is far from certain.
Some 100 environmentalists gathered spontaneously in the downtown of the Bulgarian capital Sofia after the Supreme Administrative Court revoked a ban on new ski tracks in the Vitosha Mountain.
Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) ruled Friday to revoke the decision of Environment Minister, Nona Karadzhova, related to the project to build a new ski zone in the Vitosha Mountain near Sofia.
An earthquake with a 3.5 magnitude has been registered 110km to the south of the Bulgarian capital, reports BTA.
A light earthquake with a 3.2 magnitude on the Richter scale was registered near Sofia Tuesday.
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