Chess Aviation/climate change: plane speaking

Industry needs a technological breakthrough to avoid being blown off course

Chess The centre cannot hold – the failure of Change UK and the atrophying of political thought

Our columnist reflects on why those trying to shake up contemporary politics have been destined to fail

Chess 10 Ways to Advertise Your Business for Under $50

A number of small businesses still aren’t spending enough advertising cash to get good results although they know they should. One of the reasons is a limited budget, but did you know that there are some solid cheap advertising ideas out there that are more

Chess Police Officers Discovered Modern Marihuana Greenhouse in Sofia

Metropolitan police officers have revealed a modernly equipped greenhouse for marihuana growing, the Ministry of Interior announced. A man with criminal past is detained. A number of air ducts, air conditioners, and other items and materials supporting the growth

Chess 28 New Electric Cars BMW and Hyundai Will be Launched in Sofia

 28 new electric cars will be enjoyed by the citizens of Sofia by the beginning of the next week. The cars are branded by BMW i3 and Hyundai Ioniq, Spark reported to The total number of electric cars in the company already exceeds 200 out of 8 differe

Chess Sofia Municipality is Preparing a Program For Improvement of the Air by 2026 with EU Funds

Sofia Municipality will make a program for improvement of the air in Sofia for the period 2021 - 2016. The financing of the project is under Operational Program "Environment" - BGN 400 000. Today, Mayor Yordanka Fandakova signed a contract with the Minister of Ec

Chess Rio Tinto cuts production guidance for most important commodity

Miner’s iron ore output hit by operational issues at Western Australian hub

Chess Deputy Prime Minister Mariana Nikolova Met with the Indian Ambassador Pooja Kapor

Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Demographic Policy Mariana Nikolova and the Indian Ambassador to the Republic of Bulgaria Pooja Kapor, discussed the development of Bulgarian-Indian relations. They discussed a wide range of topics related to bilateral co-ope

Chess Only 40% of Bulgarians Consider Vaccines as Safe

Public distrust of vaccines means that the world is taking a step backwards in the fight against lethal but preventable diseases, said experts quoted by the BBC and the Bulgarian National Radio. The largest global survey of attitudes to immunisation indicates that

Chess The European Commission Doesn’t Approve the National Energy and Climate Plan of Bulgaria

Bulgaria needs to revise the plan for the development of Bulgarian power generation, raise the level of ambition for higher renewable energy sources targets, provide analyses of the effect of the Belene NPP project and diversify nuclear fuel supplies, the European

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