The Waste Management Act was finally passed at second reading by the Bulgarian Parliament Thursday, after nearly year-long debates.
A new earthquake with a magnitude of 2.5 points on the Richter scale has been registered in western Bulgaria, in the area of the city of Pernik, Monday evening.
Eight Bulgarian regions are under code yellow for severe weather Tuesday, the National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) reminds.
Workers from Bulgaria's troubled largest producer of non-ferrous metals, the Lead and Zinc Complex (LZC; OTZK) in the southern city of Kardzhali have decided to not quit but rather seek their overdue salaries through the Court.
A shifting weather bringing downpours, strong thunderstorms, and possible hail will set in Sunday in large parts of Bulgaria, according to the national weather service.
Bulgaria must not allow the construction of new ski facilities and ski zones on the territory of the Pirin National Park, according to a recent report of UNESCO's World Heritage Committee cited by the "For the Nature" Coalition.
Beach time has settled in full force in Bulgaria to the joy of thousands of holiday makers along the Black Sea coast, but the heat will be potentially dangerous on Friday.
A total of 11 temperature records were registered in Bulgaria on Thursday, June 21, 2012, the first day of the new summer, Bulgaria's National Meteorology and Hydrology Institute reported.
The controversial Forestry Act that shook Bulgaria in the last week pertains mainly to the Vitosha mountain and natural park near the capital Sofia, according to an eco activist from WWF Bulgaria.
Thousands of citizens staged Wednesday evening another protest rally against the amendments to the controversial Forestry Act.
A large number of explosive residues, 838, have been found in farm fields around Petolachkata junction in southeastern Bulgaria after the blast an ammo depot there.
Sofia will host Wednesday two rallies related to a set of vetoed amendments to Bulgaria's Forestry Act.
The negotiations focused on the controversial Forestry Act between Bulgarian environmentalists, the business and those in power continue Tuesday, after reaching stalemate one day earlier.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has argued that the veto he imposed on a set of controversial amendments to the Forestry Act will allow environmentalists and proponents of investments in winter tourism to gather in Parliament and come across a soluti
Bulgaria's government has been deliberately organizing rallies in favor of the country's controversial Forestry Act, according to the Green Balkans NGO.
Bulgarian environmentalists, the business and those in power failed Monday to reach agreement about the controversial Forestry Act.
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