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EU environment ministers reaffirm commitment to Paris Agreement

EU environment ministers reaffirm commitment to Paris Agreement

17.07.2017

At their meeting in Tallinn on July 14th, the environment ministers of the European Union reaffirmed Europe's commitment to the Paris Agreement and discussed the opportunities and challenges ahead, reports LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Ecology, Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Legislation, Markets and Companies



Getlini: Latvia will have to consider building one more incinerator for burning waste

Getlini: Latvia will have to consider building one more incinerator for burning waste

07.07.2017

Latvia will in the near future have to consider building one more incineration plant for burning waste, so the country could meet European Union requirements on landfills, Imants Stirans, CEO at the Getlini EKO landfill, told LETA.

Public Consultation Process now begins in Denmark

Public Consultation Process now begins in Denmark

29.06.2017

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for the Danish section of the Nord Stream 2 AG natural gas offshore pipeline system has been made available for public display by the coordinating authority, the Danish Energy Agency. The EIA is based on detailed environmental studies conducted along the route where the pipeline is planned to be constructed.


Latvian government grants EUR 700,000 for cleaning up illegal plastic waste dump in Jurmala after fire

Latvian government grants EUR 700,000 for cleaning up illegal plastic waste dump in Jurmala after fire

27.06.2017

The Latvian government today agreed to grant up to EUR 700,000 to the State Environmental Service for cleaning up the illegal plastic waste dump in the Jurmala sea-side resort town after a vast fire at the site about a week ago, informed LETA.

The Project “Remediation of historically polluted Areas in Sarkandaugava territory”, funded by the Swiss government, has come to an end

The Project “Remediation of historically polluted Areas in Sarkandaugava territory”, funded by the Swiss government, has come to an end

07.06.2017

Today, on June 1, the conference, organized by the State Environmental Service and the Freeport of Riga Authority, has been held as a closing event of the Latvian-Swiss Cooperation Program individual project “Remediation of historically polluted Areas in Sarkandaugava territory”, Freeport informed BC.


30.05.2017

Latvian President and breweries agree on phasing out alcoholic beverages in PET bottles

President Raimonds Vejonis and representatives of Latvian Federation of Food Companies and the Breweries Association of Latvia agreed during a meeting today to phase out alcoholic beverages filled in plastic bottles, the President's Chancery informed LETA.

16.05.2017

Ten hydrogen-powered trolleybuses and filling station to cost EUR 16 miln to Rigas Satiksme

onstruction of a hydrogen station and ten hydrogen-powered trolleybuses will cost EUR 16.1 mln with half of the amount to be co-financed by the EU, Rigas Satiksme municipal public transport company said.

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