The high winds that pestered the whole of the territory of Bulgaria Friday are set to return with full force Saturday afternoon.
The she-wolf raised by Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, in the "Kalina" villa in Sofia's Boyana suburb, does not have to be registered with the Regional Directorate for Environment and Waters (RIOSV).
The EC delegation sent to review suspected breaches of environmental legislation in Bulgaria took a ride on an "illegal" lift instead of inspecting irregularities around it, stated angered local environmentalists Tuesday.
The average temperatures in Bulgaria's towns and cities has risen by between 1.2 and 2.5 degrees Celsius in the past 2 decades, while a 30% drop has been registered in average rainfall.
Pro-business demonstrators, holding signs, managed to form a human fence and stop representatives of the European Commission who are checking construction violations in Bulgaria's National "Pirin Park."
A couple of hundred environmentalists rallied in downtown Sofia Wednesday night to protest against Bulgaria's anyway troubled Belene nuclear power plant project.
The Bulgarians living abroad will be able to participate in an unofficial online census that was launched on Tuesday.
The highest temperatures in the month of April will reach 31 degrees Celsius, according to the forecast of the Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BAS.
During the "Earth Hour" campaign Saturday evening, the Bulgarian capital Sofia has saved 44 MGW of electric power, the power utility CEZ announced Sunday.
Air masses containing radioactive molecules emitted from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan will reach Bulgaria in the late afternoon on Saturday.
Bulgaria's Environment Ministry has crafted a curiously entitled project - "Plan for Dealing with the Brown Bear-Human Conflict" to address the 2010 incidents of killer bear attacks.
Bulgaria is planning to open eight new waste waters treatment plants by the end of the year, said the country's Environmental Minister Nona Karadzhova.
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