5th RENEXPO® WATER & ENERGY Trade Fair

The biggest international Western Balkans trade fair with conferences, RENEXPO® WATER & ENERGY, brings together 2.500 energy and water experts in Belgrade. From the 24th to the 26th of April this year, in BelExpocentre, Belgrade will be held 5th RENEXPO® Water & Energy, International  fair trade, which will bring together …

Robert Nygard: Serbia Has Capacity for Managing New Investments in Ecology

Swedish government agency for international development and cooperation – SIDA was founded with a mission to help reducing poverty in the world and to distribute humanitarian aid to people in the conflict zones worldwide. SIDA has been working in our country for more than two decades offering help on many …

Evian Vows to Become ‘100 Per Cent Circular Brand’ by 2025

Bottled water giant Evian has become the latest high profile brand to announce sweeping plans to crackdown on plastic waste, unveiling a new goal to become a “100 per cent circular brand” by 2025. The brand, which is owned by French food giant Danone, said it will make all its …

UK Retailers See Rise in Sales of Reusable Coffee Cups

Sales of reusable coffee cups are soaring in the UK, retailers are reporting, as the government hints at a tax on disposable cups. Argos, which is part of the Sainsbury’s Group, said it had sold 537% more portable cups in December 2017 than the same month the previous year. Meanwhile, …

The twenty-seventh International Conference on Ecology and Safety

The twenty-seventh International Conference on Ecology and Safety is going to be held between 23rd and 27th June 2018 in Elenite, Bulgaria. The event is organized jointly by Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Union of Scientists in Bulgaria, Science & Education Foundation, Kavala Institute of Technology (Greece), Institute of Field and …

Plastic Trash Found in Ocean Animals Living 7 Miles Deep

Plastic trash can really be found on all corners of the Earth—even in the stomachs of deep-sea organisms, according to a new study from Newcastle University in England. Led by Dr. Alan Jamieson, the researchers found microfibers in crustaceans from six of the deepest places on the planet, the Mariana, …

India’s Essel Infra To Sell 685 Megawatts Of Solar Power Assets

Another Indian company which has a substantial renewable energy portfolio is looking to sell off its solar power assets. Essel Infraprojects, part of the Essel Group, is looking for buyers for its 685 megawatts of solar power capacity, which forms nearly 50% of its overall renewable energy portfolio of 1,400 …