A Code Yellow warning for strong winds has been issued for 11 Bulgarian regions, according to the website of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH).
The previous eruption of Reventador caused problems.
More than two tonnes of diesel fuel were poured into the waters off the Galapagos Islands yesterday after a cargo vessel overturned while being loaded with containers early Sunday, local officials said on Twitter, CNN reported.
Today, the wind will start blowing from the west-northwest, it will be moderate and strong and will bring cold air.
For the next morning, the pollution levels in many parts of the country are well above the permissible levels.
'Green ticket’ day passеs for public transport will be sold today in Sofia, the municipality's press office reported.
Today, broken middle and high clouds are expected across the country.
The powerful storm in the Baltic Sea yesterday left tens of thousands of households in Latvia and Estonia without electricity, DPA reported.
Representatives of the Sami indigenous population in Sweden are worried that climate change could put an end to their traditional livelihoods because reindeer are starving, the AP reported.
The Ministry of Environment and Water has not received an application for transportation of waste by rail from Italy to Bulgaria.
The Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium introduces a ban on the movement of EURO 3 diesel vehicles (with registration before 2005) into the territory of the so-called low-emission zone.
Sofia Municipality has announced it is introducing today free buffer parking spaces for everyone who decides to use public transport instead of their vehicles, said the municipality press office.
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