[WATCH] Fish farms not sole sea slime source, says tuna industry
Dealing with the fish farm slime problem has involved a learning curve, aquaculture federation secretary John Refalo said, but more is now being done to prevent leakage into the...
Farmers in the south of Malta get full access to 'new water'
Third and largest water polishing plant at Ta' Barkat in Xghajra inaugurated
Malta ranks worst in recycling in the EU

A report from the European Commission has looked at all EU member states and released an "early warning" to the 14 countries considered at greatest...

A report from the European Commission has looked at all EU...

Moviment Graffitti resort to email campaign to demand change to fuel stations policy

Moviment Graffitti have launched an email campaign after a wait of ten months since the PA promise to review the fuel stations policy demanding that an...

Moviment Graffitti have launched an email campaign after a...

Transport | Few concrete measures to reduce car dependency in Budget

€100 million for road building, €1 million for urban gardens

€100 million for road building, €1 million for...

Gentrification and creating green spaces for Valletta on Climathon agenda

Valletta local council hosts hackathon of sharing ideas on gentrification and climate gentrification, greening of open spaces and affordable social...

Valletta local council hosts hackathon of sharing ideas on...

Malta gears up for organic waste separation deadline

Wasteserv says encouraging public response to organic waste...

Wasteserv says encouraging public response to organic...

Rising demand and falling produce signals ‘hunger problem’ for Malta

Agriculturalist Everaldo Attard warns Malta could have a food shortage problem as demand outstrips local production

Agriculturalist Everaldo Attard warns Malta could have a...

Police officer accompanied poacher on illegal hunting trip

Several birds are still being shot at in the Maltese countryside although the...

Several birds are still being shot at in the Maltese...

[WATCH] Masked poachers caught red-handed, 20 to face charges

Poachers wearing masks 'like bank robbers' to avoid identification...

Poachers wearing masks 'like bank robbers' to avoid...

Studies still ongoing for relocation of tuna pens

‘There currently is no specific site for the North Aquaculture Zone’

‘There currently is no specific site for the North...

Agreement reached with seven quarry owners for dumping of construction waste

Seven quarry operators will be offered fiscal incentives in return for using the quarries for the dumping of construction waste

Seven quarry operators will be offered fiscal incentives in...

Students' report proposes controversial changes to environmental law

A proposal paper on the future of environmental law considers a number of bold...

A proposal paper on the future of environmental law...

Sant insists fishing data undermining traditional Maltese fishermen

In reply to Commission rebuttal, Labour MEP says large-scale fishermen have...

In reply to Commission rebuttal, Labour MEP says...

[WATCH] In Europe, waste crimes top list of crimes against environment

Interpol survey amongst European countries finds that member states are mainly concerned with corruption links to environment crime • Malta still needs to...

Interpol survey amongst European countries finds that...

Activists want Manoel Island contract investigated

Kamp Emergenza Ambjent: ‘The government is powerful enough to stop the...

Kamp Emergenza Ambjent: ‘The government is powerful...

Developers insist 2006 rationalisation plans must be ‘honoured’

Amid calls to the government to save 17,530 square metres of land, at...

Amid calls to the government to save 17,530 square metres...

Small-scale fisheries to benefit from streamlined funding scheme under MedFish4ever declaration

The European Commission has pledged to support sustainable small-scale fisheries and aquaculture by streamlining funding schemes for local projects, as part of...

The European Commission has pledged to support sustainable...

Wild Bird Regulation Unit accused of taking credit for CABS’s work

eNGO CABS has accused WBRU head Sergei Golovkin of using its efforts to...

eNGO CABS has accused WBRU head Sergei Golovkin of using...

Zabbar agritourism breached local plan but still got permit

The agritourism policy yardstick was not applied since owner is not a farmer,...

The agritourism policy yardstick was not applied since...

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