Plans have been unveiled to open a new Sámi culture centre in Vukovarska Street in the Croatian capital.


The 9th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility: CSR and Global Governance has opened in the Croatian capital, Zagreb, with more than 24 countries taking part. Professor David Crowther, Chair of the Social Responsibility Research Network, gave an opening speech and he also wrote a summarizing foreword to the Conference proceedings.


EcoGreen Europe, in conjunction with the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Zagreb and Faculties of Economics at Universities of Osijek, Split, Rijeka and Zagreb are organising the CSR Lecture Tour in different regions of Republic of Croatia. Visiting lecturer, Robert Kakarigi will deliver the lecture titled Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in a Global Economy from Norwegian Perspective between April and June 2012


The EuroEnviro was created in 1995 in Born, Germany. The aim was to exchange opinions with other students on environmental sciences and ecopolitical issues. Since 1995 the meeting has taken place in many European countries all over the continent.


We were floating right above Cousteau’s barrier in the middle of Kozjak Lake. We dived to its edge, from where like the wall of a twenty-storey building it fell away into the darkness below. For a while I floated weightless parallel to the deepest side of the barrier, which looked like a kind of underwater Taj Mahal, whose builders this time, instead of human hands, were travertine moss and blue green algae.


Chub and pearl roach, species of carp that amongst other things eat the spawn of other fish, have forced out the trout from most habitats in the Plitvice Lakes National Park. But scientists have not yet found an answer to the question whether any species of fish is actually native to the lakes, or were they were all introduced by human hand during the 20th century. Research into their genetic origins may resolve this puzzle.


The “VELEBITSKA DEGENIJA” awards, established by APO environmental services and Croatian Journalists' Association each year recognizes journalists who provide high quality coverage on the environmental protection subject. This year the Awards will be presented on April 21, 2011 at 11:00 AM, in Novinarski Dom, Zagreb at an Awards ceremony as part of the official celebration of the 41. Earth Day.