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Beach cleaning weekend

International Coastal Clearup Day, which takes place on 18 September, will see more than 100 organisations and 1,300 students...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment - 17 Sep, 18:19

Love Island

By Jake Cleaver, In Renature - 15 Sep, 10:00

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Environmentalists denounce radioactive water leak

The Iberian Anti-Nuclear Movement (MIA) has denounced the existence of a "highly radioactive" water leak at the...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment, Europe - 11 Sep, 15:15

Black oak trees in Alentejo getting sick

The Institute for the Conservation of Nature and Forests (ICNF) clarified today that it is...
By TPN/Lusa, In Alentejo, Environment, Renature - 11 Sep, 10:03

Portugal’s mining potential assessed

Portugal’s mining potential assessed

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment - 27 Aug, 01:00


Carp under threat due to “environmental crime”

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment - 27 Aug, 01:00



The Portugal News logo Exclusives

AGMC creates a perfect space for all golfers

Golf is sometimes seen as an elitist sport and AGMC is striving to revolutionise the traditional golf club by making it...
By Paula Martins, In Sport - 20 Sep, 12:00

End of summer jobs for the garden

It's hard to believe we are coming to the end of summer already.
By Marilyn Sheridan, In Home & Garden - 19 Sep, 14:00

The changing face of the expat community

Back in the late 60’s and 70’s, pre European Union membership, the Algarve attracted a...
By Paul Luckman, In Opinion Pieces - 18 Sep, 20:00

Is your dog trained?

By Marilyn Sheridan, In Lifestyle - 18 Sep, 19:00

From Syrian refugee to Portuguese citizen

By Paula Martins, In News, World, Portugal - 17 Sep, 12:00

Sustainability

Nobel Algarve powers ahead with green energy

At the end of the last school year, Nobel Algarve, a certified Eco-School since 2016, made what is probably the biggest step in...
By TPN, In Company News, Sustainability - 08 Sep, 13:38

Microsatellites ruining the night sky

Microsatellites are becoming a problem for the quality of the night sky, by limiting the...
By TPN/Lusa, In Sustainability , News - 24 Aug, 12:00

The municipality of Mira will reforest 1,600 hectares of burned pine forest

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Sustainability - 08 Aug, 14:00

New toilet can convert poop into power.

By TPN/Lusa, In Sustainability , News - 28 Jul, 14:20


European biodiesel consumption has destroyed four million hectares of forests

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Sustainability - 17 Jul, 18:07



Editor's Choice

From Syrian refugee to Portuguese citizen

By Paula Martins, In News, World, Portugal - 17 Sep, 12:00

Calls to provide free Covid tests for travelling

By Daisy Sampson, In News, Tourism, Europe - 17 Sep, 10:00

Luz Living: A luxury retirement condominium designed with the resident in mind

By Advertiser, In Property - 17 Sep, 09:31

Renature

The grass is greener with goats

The grass is greener with goats

“They turn my prickles into milk. I think that’s a good deal.”
By Jake Cleaver, In Renature - 27 Aug, 01:00

The biggest nature event in Portugal is back in Sagres!

The biggest nature event in Portugal is back in Sagres!

Registration is now open for the 12th Festival of Bird Watching & Nature Activities,...
By TPN/Lusa, In Renature, Algarve - 20 Aug, 01:00

Black vulture returns to Douro

Black vulture returns to Douro

By TPN/Lusa, In Renature - 20 Aug, 01:00

Learning to fly

Learning to fly

By Jake Cleaver, In Renature - 13 Aug, 09:00

Things that bug me

Things that bug me

By Jake Cleaver, In Renature - 13 Aug, 01:00

Mediterranean Pond Turtle

Tackling the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

By Jake Cleaver, In Renature - 06 Aug, 01:00


Hey, diddle, diddle... Did the cow jump over the fence?

By Jake Cleaver, In Renature, Environment - 23 Jul, 01:00



Other Environment Articles

Varicose veins

Varicose veins: protect your legs

Varicose veins are surface veins on the lower limbs that are damaged and gradually become...
By Advertiser, In Health, Environment - 13 Aug, 01:00

Are men lagging behind in the health stakes?

Are men lagging behind in the health stakes?

Being a man is bad for your health. Or so says Jeff Foster – and as a GP, male health...
By PA/TPN, In Environment - 13 Aug, 01:00

Infarmed suspends sale of gastric drug

The National Medicines Authority (Infarmed) has determined the "immediate...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment - 07 Aug, 16:00

Are you an overthinker?

Do you ever find you can’t sleep because the same thought is circulating round and round...
By PA/TPN, In Environment - 06 Aug, 01:00

Diagnosing Sleep Apnoea Can Save Lives

Diagnosing Sleep Apnoea Can Save Lives

In recent years we have heard more and more about Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and the...
By Advertiser, In Health, Environment - 06 Aug, 01:00

Answers and questions on diabetic retinopathy

What is Diabetic Retinopathy?
By Advertiser, In Health, Environment - 30 Jul, 01:00

Do you need to eat like a professional athlete?

By PA/TPN, In Environment - 30 Jul, 01:00

What you need to know about autoimmune diseases

By Paula Martins, In Environment, Health - 30 Jul, 01:00

Sleep procrastination is not as simple as we might think

By TPN, In Environment, Health - 23 Jul, 01:00

A new diagnostic and treatment approach to vertigo and dizziness

By Advertiser, In Health, Environment - 23 Jul, 01:00