Tag archives for Southeastern Europe
Over 40 delegates convened in Ljubljana to launch the multi-stakeholder Global Ghost Gear Initiative in a move to clean up the fishing industry.
One of the best perks about visiting the Balkans is the chance to wander around the markets, and the open air market in Ljubljana is no exception.
Low-consumption buildings, revamp of the regional economy, and environmental benefits: all thanks to wood. A review on European projects on energy efficiency carried out by Slovenia.
More Hapsburg than Balkan, with an atmosphere more delightfully provincial than coming across as a national capital, Ljubljana is one of Europe's most understated gems. It's a burst of color in a country that can already boast it is one ...
This week I am off to Ljubljana, Slovenia, and then Italy, for a conference that will hopefully be a step forward for the world's oceans and marine life.
The mysterious sturgeon, an indicator of the river's health, is at risk. Bulgaria, Romania and the WWF strive to protect it.
Belgrade's Astronomical Observatory, a jewel of modernist architecture, houses amazing instruments and magical stories, like that of a mysterious “comet seeker”. Today, the question is how to do justice to what once was a symbol of the city.
A job listing recently posted to a well-known classified ad site highlights the dismal level to which the job market for journalists has plummeted in Greece. The ad is seeking a 'writer' who will post 100 articles a day to a website for the princely sum of 100 euros a month
About a thousand Bosnian citizens remain housed in temporary shelters in the aftermath of the floods that devastated the country last May.
Following the parliamentary elections of June 8, in Kosovo a new political landscape is emerging. Will it be more democratic? An OBC comment
The Bosnians fought in the ranks of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire faithfully, on the various fronts of the First World War. Upon their return, however, soldiers were plagued by nightmares. The story of grandfather Alija.
Zagreb is asking the EU for help to cope with the floods that have hit the country. But in the Gorski Kotar, between Rijeka and Zagreb, citizens are still waiting for the funds to cover the damage caused by February's disastrous frost wave