The Danube River is still completely frozen Sunday near Bulgarian ports of Tutrakan and Silistra, in the eastern part of the Bulgarian Danube section.
Code yellow has been declared for 17 Bulgarian regions Saturday over the forecast for gusty winds.
The Civic Initiative for banning exploration and extraction of shale gas using the so called hydrofracking method has tabled to the Bulgarian Parliament 52 000 signatures in support of its demands.
The Administrative Court in the Bulgarian northern city of Pleven ruled Thursday in behalf of eco activists in the case of bats being harmed during the shooting of US blockbuster "The Expendables 2.
Representatives of the "Civil Initiative for a Ban on Shale Gas Exploration and Production through Hydraulic Fracturing" will submit to Parliament a petition for legal amendments backed by over 51 000 citizens, the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency (BTA) reporte
Parts of Central and Eastern Europe, particularly Bulgaria and Serbia, are under the serious threat of destruction and casualties over forthcoming floods caused by mass snowmelt, according to the UN.
Some 700 beehives were swept away by the swollen Maritsa River last week, according to Toshko Todorov from the district office of the Bulgarian Beekeeping Union.
Code yellow for potentially dangerous weather remains in force in Northern and Western Bulgaria on Wednesday due to the persistently low temperatures.
Code yellow for inclement winter weather has been issued for several Bulgarian regions Tuesday, according to the forecast of the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS)
Environmentalists have launched a campaign for the certification of the north-western village of Lyubenovo, Nikopol municipality, as the first bio-village in Bulgaria.
Twelve regions in northern Bulgaria remain under code orange over extremely low temperatures, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) has announced.
Seventeen Bulgarian regions remain under code orange over extremely low temperatures, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) has announced.
Greenpeace Bulgaria and the Bulgarian "Za Zemiata" (For the Earth) organization have demanded that a moratorium be implemented on turbot fishing in the Black Sea for a period of one year.
The damage from Wednesday hurricane winds and 5-meter high sea waves on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast is estimated at BGN millions.
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