Big Jump 2022: Protection of rivers is fun!

Big Jump 2022: Protection of rivers is fun!

In July 2022, Europeans celebrated European River Swimming Day for the 20th time in history. Our partners in Moldova and Bosnia and Herzegovina joined this opportunity to remind...

Stop transporting plastic waste, environmentalists urge shipping companies

Stop transporting plastic waste, environmentalists urge shipping companies

Because of the increasing volume of plastic waste in the oceans, environmental groups from various countries are asking the Danish company MAERSK and other relevant shipping...

People in Thailand endangered by hazardous smoke from a burning factory

People in Thailand endangered by hazardous smoke from a burning factory

On June 16, 2022, a fire was reported at the site of the Wax Garbage Recycle Centre Company in the Nam Pu subdistrict, Ratchaburi Province, Thailand. Although many citizens...

Invitation: 13th BioDetectors conference in Prague

Invitation: 13th BioDetectors conference in Prague

Dear ladies and gentlemen, Please let us invite you to join our 13th BioDetectors Conference on 13th-14th September in Prague.

Breakthrough: Partial ban of small hydropower plants achieved in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Breakthrough: Partial ban of small hydropower plants achieved in Bosnia and Herzegovina

An important step has been made in the protection of Bosnian rivers. The parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina [1] passed a new amendment to the Law on...

Thai CSOs urge the government to consider their PRTR proposal

Thai CSOs urge the government to consider their PRTR proposal

July 4, 2022, Bangkok/ Prague – EARTH Thailand [1] , together with Arnika Association (Czech Republic) [2] , call on the Thai parliament and government to accept the upcoming...

Battles for the environment encounter the gap between the law and reality in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Battles for the environment encounter the gap between the law and reality in Bosnia and Herzegovina

29 June 2022, SARAJEVO/PRAGUE - The people of Bosnia and Herzegovina still lack information about the state of the environment and face serious obstacles when trying to get...

Chemicals in Waste Will Continue to Pose Health and Environmental Threats Under New EU Rules

Chemicals in Waste Will Continue to Pose Health and Environmental Threats Under New EU Rules

June 23, PRAGUE - Earlier this week, the European Council and Parliament reached an agreement on new limits on persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in wastes, but unfortunately,...

BRS Conventions take steps for global protections from toxic chemicals

BRS Conventions take steps for global protections from toxic chemicals

GENEVA - Several notable decisions were adopted at the closing of two weeks of negotiations of the Joint Conference of the Parties (COP) of the Basel, Rotterdam, and Stockholm...

As developing countries stay vulnerable, struggle for stricter POPs limits continues

As developing countries stay vulnerable, struggle for stricter POPs limits continues

The Nexus3 Foundation (Indonesia), together with the Arnika Association (Czech Republic), and the International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN) keep calling on the...

First aid kits and hope sent to Ukraine

First aid kits and hope sent to Ukraine

Beautiful summer days are coming, you feel relaxed, and other people’s suffering seems so distant. We wondered if you still can perceive the problems of Ukrainians there after...

A Thai activist: stricter limits on POPs and proper categorization of e-waste will reduce its importation into Thailand

A Thai activist: stricter limits on POPs and proper categorization of e-waste will reduce its importation into Thailand

A conference of the Parties to the Basel, Rotterdam, and Stockholm (BRS) Conventions is happening in Geneva. A delegation from the NGO Ecological Alert and Recovery – Thailand...