Tag Archives: pollution

Siemianowice landfill fire poisons rivers in Silesia

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

Agata Pavlinec
What is noise pollution and how does it affect whales?

Many species of aquatic mammals, including cetaceans, use sound for communication and daily migration, which [...]

Łukasz Machalica
Water Cleanliness Week – what do duck releases and river cleanups have in common?

April 1 marks the start of Water Cleanliness Week, a reminder that protecting aquatic ecosystems [...]

Alicja Bar
Water quality in agriculture – about pathogens and chemical threats in FAO report

According to UN data, water pollution was in 2015. cause of death for 1.5 million [...]

Agata Pavlinec
Crustaceans – a December reminder of the role of these aquatic insects

On December 11, celebrated as Crunch Day. It draws attention to these often underestimated but [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
British water utilities want to have the following by 2030. Invest £96 billion in water and sewer infrastructure

Water supply companies in England and Wales are planning an unprecedented investment to address storied [...]

Agata Pavlinec
What is hidden in the snow?

Once we get the winter fluff, then in the media there are messages "under no [...]

Agnieszka Hobot

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