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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 20.09.2019, 19:39

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Survey: Electric transport vehicles deemed dangerous by residents of Baltic states

Survey: Electric transport vehicles deemed dangerous by residents of Baltic states

20.09.2019

Two thirds of Estonia's residents regard electrical transport vehicles a danger to pedestrians and road safety more broadly, it appears from a recent study carried out by insurer Ergo and Latvian pollster SKDS.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Baltic, Ecology, Estonia, Society, Transport



Estonian technology companies promise to become climate neutral in 10 years

Estonian technology companies promise to become climate neutral in 10 years

17.09.2019

33 Estonian technology companies have signed a Green Pledge at Tallinn Digital Summit, promising to take their operations to a completely environmentally sustainable basis by 2030. Later this week, the signed agreement will be handed over to the President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid, who will be participating at the UN Climate Summit on September 23rd in New York.

Estonia: Enefit Green produced 53.5 GWh of electricity in August

Estonia: Enefit Green produced 53.5 GWh of electricity in August

16.09.2019

Enefit Green, renewable energy arm of Estonian state-owned energy group Eesti Energia, produced 53.5 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of electricity in August, reported LETA/BNS.


Eco Baltia Vide and Clean R confirm readiness to continue waste management services in Riga

Eco Baltia Vide and Clean R confirm readiness to continue waste management services in Riga

11.09.2019

Eco Baltia Vide and Clean R, two of the current waste management operators, have confirmed their readiness to continue provision of services in Riga, LETA learned from both companies.

Estonia's Adven lays cornerstone to EUR 4.9 mln boiler plant in Latvia

Estonia's Adven lays cornerstone to EUR 4.9 mln boiler plant in Latvia

11.09.2019

- The Estonian energy group Adven on Tuesday laid the cornerstone to its 4.9 million euro chipped wood fueled boiler plant in the Latvian city of Valmiera, which is planned to be powered up for the 2020-2021 heating period, informed LETA/BNS.


10.09.2019

Puce wants to declare state of emergency in Riga due to crisis in waste management sector

Environment Protection and Regional Development Minister Juris Puce (For Development) will call on the government to declare state of emergency in the Latvian capital due to the current crisis in the sector of waste collection and management, LETA learned from the ministry.

10.09.2019

Circular economy, plastic use, ocean pollution among priorities of Lithuania's Sinkevicius

Lithuania's Economy Minister Virginijus Sinkevicius, proposed on Tuesday for the position of European commissioner in charge of environment and oceans, named the development of circular economy, reducing the use of plastic and reducing ocean pollution will be among his priorities, informed LETA/BNS.

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