As the human realisation that taking care of the environment only gets stronger, so do the calls to action when it comes to the ''green minded'' among us!
Every year, Dubrovnik holds EKO 2017, in which scuba divers from around the world are invited to participate in the cleaning of the sea before the summer season begins. Just like other years, 2017's edition was a great success.
If you’ve been keeping an eye on Total Eco Croatia, you’ve seen that we’ve been on a mission to find out what exactly happens to waste in the Split area. If you haven’t read about our explorations yet, here’s the first article where we’ve interviewed the Manager or Recycling at Cistoca, and here’s our follow-up article where we’ve traced recycled waste to the sorting & collection agency “Jolly”.
Yesterday the organizers of the largest fair of organic products in Croatia, EkoFjera, and representatives and partners of Split-Dalmatia County held a press conference at which they announced EkoFjera 2017.
The UNESCO reactive monitoring mission does not foresee placing Plitvice Lakes National Park on the List of World Heritage in Danger this year, but the park must adhere to a dozen detailed recommendations.
The town of Pregrada in the region of Hrvatsko zagorje, which is located just north of Zagreb, will boast a new eco-friendly attraction this year…