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Despite economic troubles, Europe now generates 52 gigawatts of solar power, enough to fuel all of Austria.
Troyan pottery from Bulgaria is now available at some HomeGoods locations in the United States! This special art form from the Balkans has a shot at thriving.
The star of Bulgarian cuisine is ice cream, often made of local organic milk and the country’s outstanding produce. It's just one reason why a Balkans visit is sweet.
As a litmus test, the recent election campaign in Bulgaria brought to light the problematic relationship between media and power in the country. The Bulgarian information system shows serious and structural problems: lack of transparency on properties, centralization of newspapers, economic and political pressure on journalists. In recent years the situation has been getting worse. From the OBC.
However it is prepared, or spelled, burek, or Bulgarian byurek is one reason why the food in the Balkans is a highlight of this gorgeous corner of the world.
Troyan pottery is one craft that defines Bulgaria's unique culture, and now a contemporary interpretation is available in North America.
In Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia, local authorities did not take kindly to a makeover of the Soviet Army Monument on the edge of downtown.
I thought I would sort out where GreenGoPost.com has been the past couple years. I have been fortunate enough to have visited over 50 countries, and have had the opportunity to write about many more.
Wind is more than the region’s politicians making ridiculous statements, however; wind power offers a chance for nations in Southeastern Europe to develop jobs and improve their nations’ energy security.
In the Balkans the era of bloody conflicts is over. But instead of proceeding along the difficult path of dialogue, many are scrambling to raise walls to keep the "other" at a safe distance. And even the European Union doesn't seem immune from such temptations. From the OBC
Bulgarian pottery is one of the best kept secrets of the Balkans. The Troyan style is a classic Bulgarian art form, and displays how the country has been at the crossroads between East and West for millennia. The following are some bios of these talented artisans.
I recently interviewed Dessislava Todorova, the Editor in Chief at CSR Bulgaria, while I traipsed through the Balkans several weeks ago. She was the runner up in the Global Reporting Initiative’s case study competition, and has emerged as a leading voice of CSR in Bulgaria.