NEWS

NIP supports water-related activities in rural areas

The National Plan for Reconstruction and Resilience Enhancement (NIP) sets goals for rebuilding and building Poland's socioeconomic resilience after the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. It forms the basis [...]

Monika Zabrzeńska-Chaterera
World Bee Day: a reminder of their irreplaceable role

Today is World Bee Day to highlight their hard-to-evaluate importance in the global ecosystem and agriculture. But why are these small insects so important? If they become extinct, then the [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Poland’s first nuclear power plant: geological surveys begin

Nearly 25 years after work on Poland's first nuclear power plant, specifically in Żarnowiec, was discontinued, the topic of using the atom in the Polish energy sector has returned. On [...]

Izabela Łuba
The end of the era of glaciers in Venezuela

Venezuela, a country of great natural diversity and picturesque landscapes, has just lost all its [...]

Czytaj więcej Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Safe Vistula – greening the future – new flood prevention program

In 2010. Sandomierz experienced dramatic flooding, during which a levee on the Vistula broke and [...]

Agata Pavlinec
Oil discovery in British Antarctic Territory raises concerns among environmentalists

Russia's announcement of the discovery of significant oil and gas resources in the British Antarctic [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Siemianowice landfill fire poisons rivers in Silesia

Over the past weekend, the Brynica River changed beyond recognition - reddish water with an [...]

Agata Pavlinec
Nature Restoration Law: a defining moment for nature conservation in Europe

This morning, environment ministers from 11 European Union countries sent an open letter to countries [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
NIP supports water-related activities in rural areas

The National Plan for Reconstruction and Resilience Enhancement (NIP) sets goals for rebuilding and building [...]

Monika Zabrzeńska-Chaterera
World Bee Day: a reminder of their irreplaceable role

Today is World Bee Day to highlight their hard-to-evaluate importance in the global ecosystem and [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Poland’s first nuclear power plant: geological surveys begin

Nearly 25 years after work on Poland's first nuclear power plant, specifically in Żarnowiec, was [...]

Izabela Łuba
The end of the era of glaciers in Venezuela

Venezuela, a country of great natural diversity and picturesque landscapes, has just lost all its [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Safe Vistula – greening the future – new flood prevention program

In 2010. Sandomierz experienced dramatic flooding, during which a levee on the Vistula broke and [...]

Agata Pavlinec
Oil discovery in British Antarctic Territory raises concerns among environmentalists

Russia's announcement of the discovery of significant oil and gas resources in the British Antarctic [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Siemianowice landfill fire poisons rivers in Silesia

Over the past weekend, the Brynica River changed beyond recognition - reddish water with an [...]

Agata Pavlinec
Nature Restoration Law: a defining moment for nature conservation in Europe

This morning, environment ministers from 11 European Union countries sent an open letter to countries [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik

CURRENT TOPIC

20 years in the European Union, and we still don’t know who is responsible for water

Twenty years have passed, some would say like a day. Such an anniversary prompts summations. I for one have recently realized that as a society, after joining the EU, we have created such a complicated system of water management that we can't figure it out. As my professional seniority extends [...]

Agnieszka Hobot
20 years in the European Union, and we still don’t know who is responsible for water

Twenty years have passed, some would say like a day. Such an anniversary prompts summations. I for one have recently realized that as a society, after joining the EU, we have created such a complicated system of water management that we can't figure it out. As my professional seniority extends [...]

Agnieszka Hobot

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

EU organic production logo – versions that can be legally authorized for use

Organic production is a system of farm management and food production, combining practices that are most beneficial to the environment, climate, biodiversity, applying high standards of animal welfare, while responding [...]

Monika Zabrzeńska-Chaterera
Protecting the oceans – EU to allocate more than €3.5 billion for new measures

Protecting the oceans is becoming increasingly important in the face of global warming, unsustainable practices, illegal fishing, pollution and loss of marine habitats. At the Our Ocean,2024 conference held in [...]

Karol Kucharski
Will hydrogen be cheaper? EC to allocate nearly €720 million for hydrogen production

Demand for low-emission hydrogen is expected to increase significantly in the near future. The European Commission, aiming to support its production, will allocate nearly 720 million euros to seven low-carbon [...]

Karol Kucharski
EC consults on application of DNSH rule

The Do No Serious Harm (DNSH) principle was first defined in Regulation (EU) 2020/852 on systematics. This principle applies to a growing number of EU funds. This is due to [...]

Monika Zabrzeńska-Chaterera
EU organic production logo – versions that can be legally authorized for use

Organic production is a system of farm management and food production, combining practices that are [...]

Monika Zabrzeńska-Chaterera
EC consults on application of DNSH rule

The Do No Serious Harm (DNSH) principle was first defined in Regulation (EU) 2020/852 on [...]

Monika Zabrzeńska-Chaterera
Protecting the oceans – EU to allocate more than €3.5 billion for new measures

Protecting the oceans is becoming increasingly important in the face of global warming, unsustainable practices, [...]

Karol Kucharski
Will hydrogen be cheaper? EC to allocate nearly €720 million for hydrogen production

Demand for low-emission hydrogen is expected to increase significantly in the near future. The European [...]

Karol Kucharski

WINK

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Mariusz Sopyłło

OPINION

Dragons of my childhood – about the dinosaur that defeated the T-Rex

Spinosauridae is one of the strangest subgroups of theropods. We know of only four genera with well-preserved material - Spinosaurus, Irritator, Suchomimus and Baryonyx, but these meager fossils are enough [...]

Przemysław Trześniowski
Will swimming in the Seine be possible?

The Olympic Games and sporting events of all kinds, if they involve water activities, are a great opportunity to tap the potential of local reservoirs. City officials are suddenly reminded [...]

Agnieszka Kolada
Water in the film. Disasters on the big screen

Water in film is a subject that allows many screenwriters and directors to express themselves creatively. Dramatic visions related to its resources were shown, among others. In Water World, Dune [...]

Anna Michałowska
Economic benefits of rainwater management in the city

In what areas does economics deal with water? What creates the economic value of water? [...]

CZYTAJ WIĘCEJ Ksymena Rosiek
Dragons of my childhood – about the dinosaur that defeated the T-Rex

Spinosauridae is one of the strangest subgroups of theropods. We know of only four genera [...]

Przemysław Trześniowski
Will swimming in the Seine be possible?

The Olympic Games and sporting events of all kinds, if they involve water activities, are [...]

Agnieszka Kolada
Economic benefits of rainwater management in the city

In what areas does economics deal with water? What creates the economic value of water? [...]

Ksymena Rosiek
Water in the film. Disasters on the big screen

Water in film is a subject that allows many screenwriters and directors to express themselves [...]

Anna Michałowska

WORLD NEWS

Flamingos in danger. Rising alkaline water levels a threat to populations

The image of the numerous flocks of flamingos adorning East Africa's soda lakes is not only stunning in its beauty, but also symbolizes the region's rich biodiversity. However, a recent [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
The largest islands in the world

Magnificent, fascinating and often mysterious - the islands have tempted us for centuries with their exoticism, wildlife and rich culture. From the tropical jewels of the Pacific Ocean to wild [...]

Jolanta Bielecka
The rainiest place in the world – Mawsynram village

Where on the planet do we record the highest rainfall? Most of us would probably point to the British Isles, the lush and tropical jungles or the vast monsoon areas [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Pink beach: a miracle of nature or the result of human activity?

A sunny day, blue sea and... a pink beach? This is not a dream, but [...]

CZYTAJ WIĘCEJ Jolanta Bielecka
Flamingos in danger. Rising alkaline water levels a threat to populations

The image of the numerous flocks of flamingos adorning East Africa's soda lakes is not [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
The largest islands in the world

Magnificent, fascinating and often mysterious - the islands have tempted us for centuries with their [...]

Jolanta Bielecka
The rainiest place in the world – Mawsynram village

Where on the planet do we record the highest rainfall? Most of us would probably [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Pink beach: a miracle of nature or the result of human activity?

A sunny day, blue sea and... a pink beach? This is not a dream, but [...]

Jolanta Bielecka

SCIENCE

Aquatic publication review (18)

As the EU Wildlife Restoration Act continues to be a hot topic in public and [...]

Agnieszka Kolada
Fish migrations in the context of Poland

We associate spring and autumn with bird migrations. Nevertheless, other organisms, including so-called bi-environmental fish, [...]

Adam Kapler
Invasion of exotic mosquitoes – a new threat in Europe

With summer it's like with creamsicles - everyone likes them. Unfortunately, this highly anticipated season [...]

Agnieszka Kolada
Aquatic publication review (18)

As the EU Wildlife Restoration Act continues to be a hot topic in public and academic debate, we begin our review of the literature with a critical analysis of one [...]

Agnieszka Kolada
Fish migrations in the context of Poland

We associate spring and autumn with bird migrations. Nevertheless, other organisms, including so-called bi-environmental fish, also move long distances during these seasons. Therefore, World Fish Migration Day is celebrated either [...]

Adam Kapler
Invasion of exotic mosquitoes – a new threat in Europe

With summer it's like with creamsicles - everyone likes them. Unfortunately, this highly anticipated season [...]

CZYTAJ WIĘCEJ Agnieszka Kolada

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