- International Conference "Tree Avenues 2017 – Renewal and Maintenance"
- Radio Interview: Stopping the "dam tsumani" in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- The coalition for river protection in Bosnia and Herzegovina is starting the campaign against hydropower plants
- Environmental Law Clinic in Banja Luka helped the people to protect their environment
- Invitation to a workshop for Aarhus oriented NGOs and Coalition for river protection
Kolín – Cyanide production plant Draslovka
Cyanide production plant Lučební závody Draslovka in Kolin caused the worst accident with toxic releases to surface waters in January 2006, which led to poisoning 80kms of the Elbe river with cyanides and killing tens of tons of fish.
- Hazardous Substances from the Abandoned Farm Premises in Lhenice Apparently Get Even to Eggs
- Amounts of Some Toxic Substances Reported by the Polluters Decreased, but Spolana Released More of them Again
- Prague Children Playgrounds Have Problems with Cadmium Contents. Luckily, Contents of Other Toxic Substances Are within Limits.
- High levels of dioxins found in chicken eggs sampled near waste incinerators and metallurgical plant in China
- POPs in Chicken Eggs from Hotspots in China
- Enormous Levels of Lead in Mugs for Children Are Not an Exception
- Fish and Sediments from Elbe and Odra Contain High Concentrations of Toxic Substances, Confirms Arnika
- Majority of Polluters Released Less Carcinogenic Substances, but Spolana, on the Contrary, Released More of Them
- EU promotes recycling toxic chemicals into new products which will ultimately be dumped as waste into developing countries
- Toxic pollution in Kazakhstan: EU-funded project suggests solutions for seriously contaminated sites in order to reduce hazards for human health
- Minsk has got its own Green Map, Arnika helped with the creation
- Access to information about quantity of toxic substances released by industry to be maintained
- Integrated pollution prevention permit for Spolchemie has entered into force
- Water management in Prague: exploring the paths to sustainability
- Mercury-contaminated fish served to delegates at UN mercury negotiation