In this edition of The Debrief, we are up in the Biebrza National Park in northern Poland.
Hundreds of firefighters, policemen and soldiers deployed to the Odra have recovered over 100 tonnes of dead fish as scientists continue to scramble to find the cause of the catastrophe.
Named among this year’s “must-have” items at the 2021 Łódź Design Festival, according to the judges, the tights stood-out not just because of their eco aspects, but also on account of their aesthetics.
Video: Working with the Polish Academy of Sciences, the fish-shaped unmanned underwater vehicles from Noa Marine will be able to autonomously collect chemical, acoustic, geological and visual data without human intervention for periods of up to six months.
With their fearsome appearance, powerful jaws and sharp teeth, wolves are often portrayed as villains in film and literature. Now, as part of longstanding efforts to protect them scientists are urging people to view and treat them differently.
At least 100 wrecks have been classified as a “high priority” because they contain significant amounts of fuel that poses a threat to the natural environment.
Dr. Tomasz Figarski, who is a specialist at the Forest Management and Geodesy Office, has joined the ‘Leaves aren’t Rubbish’ campaign, pointing out that fallen leaves have multiple environmental benefits.
The discovery could be a major breakthrough in bee conservation and not only save bees around the world but also help protect the variety of ecosystems that they contribute to.
A passionate fan of bees Tomasz Petryka wants to spread the word about just how vital the insects are to the world.
Project will end with an auction of cutting-edge products to raise money for an apiary.