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Toner Direct
15.09.2007 :: Recycling :: partner The Sofia Echo
Toner Direct
This year more than 350 million laser and inkjet cartridges will end up in America's Landfills. That's equivalent to over 90,000 truckloads and worth a recycling value of over $1 billion dollars.
Farewell, Jaguar
13.08.2007 :: People :: partner Dnevnik
Farewell, Jaguar
Green embassy, green lifestyle... The Deputy Head of the British Embassy Nick Leake talks about living and working green in Sofia.
Organic cotton
26.07.2007 :: Fashion :: partner The Sofia Echo
Organic cotton
Cotton may well be the most sprayed and therefore polluting crop known to man. If we are serious about the environment, we ought to think about switching to organic cotton.
Monster Tomato Tour
16.07.2007 :: Food :: partner The Sofia Echo
Monster Tomato Tour
Friends of the Earth's Monster Tomato is in Bulgaria to raise awareness of genetically modified food. You can catch the tomato and learn about GMO in six Bulgarian cities.
07.07.07
06.07.2007 :: Climate change :: partner The Sofia Echo
07.07.07
If you thought that Live Aid or Live 8 – the 1985 and 2005 concerts in support of Africa - were huge and truly global, you may need to think again.
My Coast
05.07.2007 :: Society
My Coast
My Coast is a joint Bulgarian-Dutch project that aims to develop a positive vision of the Black Sea coast in 20 years time. René Boesten who heads the project, explains how this will be done.
Room with a view
03.07.2007 :: Business
Room with a view
With the Nature 2000 debate raging on, today more than ever we need to think of how to buy property in Bulgaria without destroying the country's nature.
Batteries
29.06.2007 :: Recycling :: partner The Sofia Echo
Batteries
Batteries are among the most toxic waste we produce. Yet in Bulgaria batteries regularly go down the rubbish bin, just like your ordinary domestic waste.
Fair Trade
25.06.2007 :: Food :: partner The Sofia Echo
Fair Trade
The Fair Trade movement started in the Sixties, instigated by the liberal Dutch. Fair Trade may be more abundant than organic produce in Bulgaria these days.
New Horizon
22.06.2007 :: Climate change
New Horizon
The countries that manage the transition to low-carbon economies will have an advantage according to Dimitri Zenghelis, an economic adviser to the UK government and one of the authors of the Stern Review.
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