Gldani suffered the most. The water flooded the underground passages to the point where it was only possible to swim across them. Water in the underground, trees fallen
Nighttime helicopter inactivity explained - first statement from Georgian Interior Minister since Shovi tragedy
"People were secure, while the helicopters faced potential risk of crashing. This is precisely why the operation was halted for the night"
Rescuers are trying to reach the ruined holiday village. Opposition accuses government of being unprepared for rescue work
Houses flooded, roads broken, rails washed away, electricity and water interruptions
8 thousand pines withered on the shore of Sevan. Are the bugs to blame or the indifference of people?
Trees are infected with a disease carried by beetles. Some ecologists believe that the pine trees could have been saved if they got down to business in time, while the other sees no reason for concern
The Amulsar mine in Armenia is set to go into operation. But why are environmentalists opposed?
Azerbaijan plans to exempt eco-friendly cars with hybrid engines from value added tax, which will make them drop in price by 20%
Green journalism needs to be developed in Georgia to have people better informed on environmental issues,Tamtuka Jinjolava, doctor of Mass Media Communication believes
Urban planning and landscape architecture needs to be improved in Tbilisi to prevent natural disasters such as floods or fires, founder of Ruderal urban planning company believes
There are no walls - just trees, there are no toys - just mud and animals in the forest kindergarten in Georgia, where children learn to love and protect nature
Turkish ENKA Renewables company has terminated its contract with Georgian government to build a large hydroelectric power plant in Namakhvani, western Georgia
Does gender affect climate change, why do men and women experience climate change differently and how should women's voices need to be incorporated in the environmental dialogue in the new episode of What on Earth Georgia
In a new episode of the What on Earth Georgia podcast, we are joined by Olaf Malver an expert and consultant who talks about the benefits of developing ecotourism in Georgia
Eco-village is a model for a better future in Georgia, members of the International Eco-Community Project in Caucasus believe. Their aim is to create a self-sustainable community that leaves minimum negative impact on the environment
In a new episode of the What on Earth Georgia environmental podcast, we will discuss how can using biodiesel reduce air pollution and which companies produce biodiesel in Georgia
Tons of dead fish on Baku beaches have caused unrest on Azerbaijani social media, however, experts and government officials attribute this phenomenon to extremely hot weather
Mariam Devidze, a specialist on climate change from the environmental organization Green Alternative explains why solar panel systems need to be developed in Georgia and how the energy sector can be diversified
E-scooters have become a popular public transport alternative in Georgia as many perceive them as both a convenient and environmentally friendly way of moving around the city