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Tag Archives: Tuzla
Heating woes fuel Balkan smog crisis
As winter grips the Balkans, the poor are caught in a cruel bind, being forced to light fires at home for heating while fuelling a pollution crisis smothering the region. In recent weeks, Balkan capitals from Belgrade Sarajevo to Skopje … Continue reading
Mask-wearing Bosnians take to streets in air pollution protest
Hundreds of protesters wearing white masks took to the streets of the Bosnian town of Tuzla on Wednesday to demand government action on air pollution affecting public health in the region. Bosnian towns, led by the capital Sarajevo, have topped … Continue reading
Winter air pollution brings ′choking season′ to Balkans
With the onset of winter, many Balkan cities, such as Belgrade, Sarajevo and Zagreb, become enveloped in a thick cloud of smog. But instead of tackling the problem, politicians are playing it down. In recent days, the Serbian capital, Belgrade, … Continue reading
Air pollution knocks almost one year off the average European’s life: WHO
Nine out of ten people worldwide breathe polluted air daily, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). That means 91% of the world’s population are living in places where air quality exceeds guideline limits. Air pollution is thought to directly … Continue reading
Which cities have the worst air pollution levels in the world?
Air pollution hit the headlines earlier this week after it was reported that levels in London were worse than those in Beijing for a brief period on Monday. However, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), London is just a … Continue reading
Air Pollution is Choking Bosnia, Experts Warn
Bosnian towns like Sarajevo, Tuzla, Zenica, Lukavac and Kakanj are suffering from serious problems with air pollution, experts from the Federal Hydro-Meteorological Institute of Bosnia and Herzegovina [FHMZBiH] told BIRN. “Sarajevo is definitely one of the most polluted cities in … Continue reading