Bulgaria joined 20 trade unions in the energy sector in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Croatia in support of nuclear energy, the country’s Ministry of Energy said. The..
80% of people in Bulgaria do not know what Bulgaria’s position on the Green Deal is, and 83% - what the EU’s aims are in gradually making the economy independent of coal as a source of energy, a survey by Trend research centre shows. 68% of the..
The first real step on the road to Bulgaria's green transition is the National Plan for Recovery and Sustainability, said Prime Minister Stefan Yanev at the forum "Green Transition - Solutions and Challenges for Bulgaria", which is also attended by..
The European Commission’s Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans, who is in charge of the European Green Deal, is arriving on a visit to Bulgaria today. He is to hold a meeting with Prime Minister Stefan Yanev. According to unofficial..
Green scepticism is not very popular in Bulgaria. The youngest and people with university degrees are the biggest supporters of green policies, indicates a survey conducted by Trend sociological agency. 68% of the respondents describe climate..
70% of Bulgarians say that action against climate change must be a priority for the government, indicates a national representative sample survey by the European Council on Foreign Relations conducted by Alpha Research polling agency, BTA reports...
Decarbonisation is a great opportunity for Europeans. But decarbonisation policies also involve a number of risks - social, economic, political, Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev said at an online conference on the topic of "Climate Policy and the..
An online conference "Climate Policy and the Green Deal - Challenges and Opportunities" will be held on December 1. It is organized by GERB, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Wilfried Martens Center for European Studies, BTA has reported. The..
The future of nuclear energy in Bulgaria will be the topic of an online discussion organized by the Bulgarian Atomic Forum . Specialists from other energy and business organizations will take part. The starting point for the discussion are the..
If the European "Green Deal" for climate neutrality by 2050 was accepted in its current form, the most affected sectors in Bulgaria will be transport and coal mining. About 90,000 to 150,000 jobs would be lost, president of the CITUB union, Plamen..