The WWF have announced that Bulgaria will again participate in Earth Hour, which will be held this year on March 27 at 20:30.
Changes in Bulgarian legislature are imperative, to ensure that river dikes come under the management of a single agency or ministry.
Bulgaria is experiencing excessive and permanent air pollution across its territory, with the amount of dust in the air exceeding all environmental standards.
The emergency situation affecting the northwestern municipality of Bregovo has become more critical, with 90 families on the point of evacuation as the level of the River Timok continues to rise.
The situation in Northwestern Bulgaria is about to become critical as the rising levels of the Danube and Timok Rivers threaten to flood the area.
The number of migrating birds in Bulgaria has declined by over 50% in the last 12 years, according to environmentalists.
Parts of villages located along the Danube in Northwestern Bulgaria have already been flooded as the river level is rising threateningly.
The Bulgarian "Blue Rocks”"(Sinite Kamini) Natural Park is threatened by Sliven Municipality’s attempts to illegally transfer state property, it is alleged.
Sofia's Chief Architect, Petar Dikov, says the "Vitosha Ski" company made a serious mistake by presenting their construction project to the Eco Ministry first instead of the City Hall.
Sofia Municipality is considering solving the capital city's transport problems by constructing tunnels at the busiest road intersections.
All the rivers in the Eastern Rhodopi mountains in South Bulgaria currently have a critically high water level after heavy rains in the region.
The River Kamchia in East Bulgaria has started flooding due to heavy rain, the Director of Civil Protection in Varna, Vladimir Ivanov, reported Monday.
The car traffic through the Kapitan Andreevo crossing point on the Bulgarian-Turkish border has been restored after it was terminated for several hours on Saturday over a flood.
No cars are allowed to pass through Kapitan Andeevo, the major crossing point on the Bulgaria-Turkey border because of a flood on the Bulgarian side.
After the recent blizzards that have caused chaos in Bulgaria over recent days, temperatures have risen sharply and heavy rain is forecasted to sweep across the country.
Heavy snowfall has led a total of 12 Bulgarian municipalities in the northeastern part of the country to declare a state of emergency.
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