Malta receives a whole raft of warnings from the European Commission
As international media organisations welcomed action by the European
Frequency of waste plant fires and toxicity leave public fuming
The huge fire that engulfed the waste plant in
Separated waste still being treated, not mixed – Wasteserv
A WasteServ spokesperson has told The Shift that separated
Arriving late by bus, for free
The electoral campaigns are building up. All sides are
Herrera, where is your accountability?
While the white flags are being torn apart in
Shocking new findings predict more plastic than fish in our seas
We are facing a not too distant future where
Digging Malta (and Gozo) into a hole
The government is bulldozing ahead (metaphorically at least) with
We need less, not more
One word which is often used to describe Malta
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire 
The black plumes of smoke rising from the Maghtab
Burn Baby Burn
The answer to Malta’s overflowing national rubbish bin, according
Despite water scarcity, Maltese companies less keen on saving water
Only 34% of Maltese SMEs are taking measures to