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Dalmatia’s Tourism Boom Creates Crap-Filled Hinterlands

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June 19, 2020 — As Dalmatia’s housing footprint expands faster than its infrastructure, locals relieve the swell of sewage and ...

Savica Heating Plant to Produce Electricity Using Flue Gas Thermal Energy

Lauren Simmonds

Why should the smoke just disappear into the wind when it can be turned into electricity? HEP has big plans ...

Rijeka Environmental Group Installs Sea ‘Trash Can’ At Croatian Port

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The first Seabin device, a floating “trash can” and seawater filter, was installed on Friday in the passenger port of ...


Split ‘Green Guerrilla’ Planting Trees Illegally in Croatian Park Marjan

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While most Split residents are asleep, members of the secret Split-based Green Guerilla direct action group covertly roam Marjan Forest ...


Croatian Electric HEP: New Solar Power Plants on Adriatic Coast

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Renewable energy sources are increasingly being harnessed on the Croatian coast, where there is ample wind and sun. In addition ...


Croatia: Environmental Organization Sea Shepherd Opens Office

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Sea Shepherd, a world environmental organization, is establishing an office in Zagreb, Croatia. It was founded in 1977 by Captain ...


Croatia: Electric Companies Offer Solar Panels for Homes

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Electricity from the sun: an initial investment of HRK 35,000 (4700 EUR) will pay for itself within six to eight ...

Ecological Footprint Measured at NP Kornati and PP Lastovo

Daniela Rogulj

October 24, 2019 – Thanks to the DestiMED project, the Kornati National Park and the Lastovo Islands Nature Park were ...

Lackluster Oversight Turning Croatian Adriatic Into A Toilet

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November 28, 2018 — Croatia’s crystal-clear Adriatic Sea remains one of the country’s bigger selling points come tourism season, sending ...

One Billion Kuna for Energy Renewal of Schools, Healthcare Facilities and More

Lauren Simmonds

Is more emphasis on energy efficiency on its way to Croatia’s public sector facilities?