BirdLife Malta calls on Malta to support a Nitrogen Emission Control Area
BirdLife Malta is calling on the government to support
Planning Authority approves Joseph Portelli’s Sannat ‘monstrosity’
The final application out of three that will form
Pollution, greed and rude locals – why Malta’s expats are leaving
Construction, pollution and rubbish, “obscene” rental costs and unwelcoming
As mayor plans for Senglea to be official cruise port of call, activists raise concerns
Activists and residents are concerned about the Senglea mayor’s
NGOs cheer ‘victory for nation’s skyline’ as Ombudsman acts to remove Palumbo oil rigs
The Three Cities skyline from Valletta may soon be
Malta worst in EU for pollution exposure
Over a quarter of the Maltese population reported that
Bread and circuses at Ta’ Qali
The Eurovision song contest may soon be grabbing more
The dusty road to the future
The dust and inconvenience of road works, traffic and
Tunnel vision: turning Gozo into Malta
2019 is here and as Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
We need less, not more
One word which is often used to describe Malta
Malta needs to focus more on marine micro-litter
Malta needs to better address the issue of micro-litter
BirdLife calls on government to curb pollution caused by cruise liners
A BirdLife Malta study confirmed that the lucrative cruise

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