If the government does not develop a strategy to hold polluters accountable, clean wastewaters, and monitor groundwaters, pollution will wreak havoc on Kosovo’s budget, environment, and public health.
The Kosovo Energy Corporation is pumping millions of tons of ash produced by its coal plants each year into a former mining pit, creating a potentially disastrous chemical pond.
Debating on development, environment, and energy, MP candidates promised the establishment of development funds, the construction of the new power plant, and an IT sector boost.
After years of mismanagement, Kosovo’s largest landfill poses an environmental disaster and may cause irreversible water contamination, researchers warn.
To mark International Earth Day, we visited Obilic, one of Kosovo's most polluted areas.