COP26: Babiš to focus on European energy crisis, EU Green Deal’s economic impact
Most countries – Czechia included – have vowed to do more to fight global warming. But the European energy crisis has heightened concerns they aren't willing to do enough.
Prague Zoo celebrates 90th anniversary
This Tuesday, Prague Zoo marks exactly 90 years since its opening. Since then, it has developed into one of the world’s leading institutions of its kind.
Ancient “singing linden” voted Tree of the Year
A “singing” linden tree, also known as the Lukas linden, has been voted the Czech Tree of the Year 2021.
Prague to install photovoltaics on public buildings as part of its climate plan
A new organization, dedicated to the development of renewable energy sources, will start operating in Prague in October.
Czechia’s ash trees decimated by invasive fungus from Asia
Ash trees across the Czech Republic have been dying in recent years as a result of a disease known as Ash dieback, caused by a fungus imported from Asia.
Czech experts helping to fight illegal cheetah cub trade in Somaliland
Every year scores of cheetah cubs are smuggled out of Somaliland to be sold as pets. Czech experts are assisting an international effort to stop the practice.
New project enlists Czech public to help save crucian carp
The crucian carp (karas obecný) was once among the most common fish found in Czech waters. Now, however, biologists have registered its rapid disappearance.
Extreme floods, no spruce forests? What the UN climate change report may mean for Czechia
According to leading Czech ecologists, climate change effects could include an end to spruce forests and major floods at least once a decade.
Prague plans to install its first urban pigeon loft – and steal their eggs
Councillors in Prague's Žižkov district have decided to install the country’s first urban pigeon loft.
Primeval forest in Jizera Mountains placed on UNESCO World Heritage list
An area of the Jizera Mountains in North Bohemia known as Jizerskohorské bučiny (Jizera Mountain Beechwood) has been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Student Štěpánka Klečanská on green issues: we need more people to do the small things that matter
Student Štepánka Klečanská talks about climate change, the attitude of the public to green issues and the small things that count.
Military ground of Libavá turns into sanctuary for rare bird species
Despite the sound of gunfire, explosions and ground army vehicles, the military ground of Libavá has become something of a sanctuary for rare species of birds.
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