The Lakrishtë neighborhood residents’ council was received today by the mayor of Prishtina, Mr. Përparim Rama. In this meeting, the residents expressed their concern and arguments regarding the environmental scandal of uncontrolled destruction of carcinogenic asbestos, as well as the list of legal and procedural violations regarding the dubious 120 million business-housing project of the… Continue reading Citizens’ reaction to the environmental scandal related to asbestos and the lack of green spaces
Winter is approaching and so is air pollution in Kosovo. Air affects us all, whether you are big or small, young or old, rich or poor. Embassy Swedish in Pristina together with BB Green Kosova will meet experts, doctors, young people and decision makers to learn more about air pollution. How does it affect us… Continue reading Today begins with the third edition of LetsTalkAboutAir!
The regional campaign “United Balkans for clean air” is being conducted for the second year in a row, in order to raise awareness of the citizens of the region about the causes and consequences of pollution, possible ways to improve air quality, and commitment to a healthier environment through regional solidarity. Coal burning is the… Continue reading United Balkans for clean air
The Director of the National Park “Sharri” Bajram Kafexholli and the Director of the National Park “Cursed Mountains”, Fatmir Morina, are participating in the Annual Conference of Dinaric Arc Parks – (Network of Protected Areas of Dinaric), which is being held this year in the Bar of Montenegro. This year the network conference is being… Continue reading Representatives from Kosovo are elected to the Board of Directors of the Dinaric Parks network
In order to jointly preserve and prolong human lives, join the Western Balkan citizens’ solidarity struggle and become a part of the ”Balkans United for Clean Air” campaign: “What is polluted air doing to us in the Western Balkans” at:
The “Give the Country Color” campaign aims to expand green spaces in Kosovo by planting 1.8 million trees by 2030. This campaign is implemented by “Let’s Clean Kosovo” and the Kosovo Olympic Committee.