With temperatures expected to drop below 0 degrees celsius this week, a snowy forecast is bringing improved levels of air quality to Prishtina and the rest of Kosovo, marking a huge difference in the air quality recorded the same time last year.
As winter in Kosovo approaches, so does the increase in air pollution across the country. In lieu of explicit preventive measures to combat pollution, the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning is focusing its efforts on more effective monitoring of air quality levels.
In protest against inaction on climate change, cities around the world have organized the Global Climate Strike. On Friday at 12:00, demonstrators in Prishtina will join the movement, inviting participants to show their support for taking action to prevent irreversible global warming.