Chess Nearly 80% of the Water in Bulgaria Goes to the Energy Sector

Of Bulgaria's fresh waters, more than 78 per cent are used for cooling in the energy sector, 7 percent are delivered to households, 6 percent go to irrigation and the rest to other needs. Losses in the public water supply account for 56.7 per cent, uncharged qua

Chess Forum "Women. Technology. Time" Held in Sofia

How technology fits into the hectic daily routine of women who increasingly perform different social roles - mothers, wives, career professionals. This is the topic of a forum organised by the ‘Women Today’ magazine, a 75-year-old edition, reports BNT.  The c

Chess Bulgarian Police Shuts Down 2 illegal Cannabis Production Greenhouses

The Bulgarian authorities have shut down two illegal cannabis production greenhouses and arrested two suspects, the Interior Ministry said in a press release on Thursday. A total of 429 pots with cannabis plants and 64.7 kg of raw cannabis were found in the first

Chess Clear Sky until Noon, some Clouds later Today in East Bulgaria, Highs Between 14-19°C

Mostly sunshine before noon today and then more cloud for some time in Eastern Bulgaria, but no rain. This is what meteorologist Georgi Tsekov, National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology, told Focus News Agency. Light northern wind. This will be a warmer day

Chess America’s Green New Deal needs copper but is there enough?

The plan’s requirement for so much metal shows that it is not based on material reality

Chess John Paulson says he opposes Newmont Mining’s merger with Goldcorp

Chess Next challenges received high-street Brexit gloom

Chief executive Simon Wolfson has again shown the merit of paying close attention to detail

Chess Malta: How the Country is Dealing With Migrants at the Door of Europe?

58,000 asylum applications in the EU have been filed since the beginning of this year, the European Asylum Support Office said. Half are denied. Although migratory pressure on the EU is declining, asylum applications are increasing. Malta is one of the first to wel

Chess Bulgarian MFA: No Injured Bulgarians in the Bus Incident in Istanbul

According to information from the Consulate General of Bulgaria in Istanbul today, a bus driver in the Beyazit district, who lost control of the bus, has hit about 10 parked cars and pedestrians. Two Bulgarian citizens were in the place of the accident, but they ar

Chess Sofia Innovation Workshop Will Solve Important City Problems

Innovation Workshop will be organized from March 29 to March 31 at the Sofia City Art Gallery, announced by the Association for Development of Sofia.The initiative is part of the pilot project of the Joint Research Center of the European Commission "Science meeting

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