Vremenska napovedTrenutne razmerePadavine in opozorilaVodne razmereVreme SlovenijaHribi in smučiščaPrometne informacijePotresi

Novice

Polletna popolna zapora ceste na Predmejo

7.8.2020|Promet

Na državni regionalni cesti R3-609, Ajdovščina – Predmeja bo Direkcija za infrastrukturo 17. avgusta 2020 pričela s sanacijo obcestnih brežin in predorov.

Potujete varno! Have a safe journey! Putujte sigurno!

24.7.2020|Promet

Podjetje Hrvatske Autoceste je v času pandemije COVID-19 izdalo digitalno zloženko z informacijami o varni vožnji. Ker se v tej sezoni večina obiskovalcev Republike Hrvaške pripelje z avtomobilom, je poudarek na informacijah o načrtovanju potovanja, brezkontaktnem plačilu cestnine in opozarjanju na varnostne ukrepe.

Sprememba poteka prometa na H4 Šempeter - Selo

24.7.2020|Promet

Na hitri cesti H4 skozi Vipavsko dolino se na delu odseka med Selom in Vogrskim začenja obsežnejša obnova vozišča, ki bo trajala predvidoma do konca novembra letos. Zaradi ureditve začasne prometne ureditve bo odsek hitre ceste H4 proti Ajdovščini (Ljubljani) zaprt med priključkoma Šempeter pri Gorici in Selo od petka, 24. julija 2020, od 17. ure do nedelje, 26. julija 2020, predvidoma do 22. ure, obvoz bo urejen po vzporedni državni cesti. V smeri proti Vrtojbi (Italiji) bo promet v tem času med Selom in Vogrskim še vedno potekal po hitri cesti, vendar bo urejen samo po voznem pasu.

Emissions of most harmful air pollutants dropped in 2018, marking EU progress under UN Convention

23.7.2020|Okolje

Emissions of the five most harmful air pollutants, including particulate matter (PM), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and ammonia (NH3) reduced across the European Union between 2017 and 2018 according to updated data published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA). The data is from the annual EU emission inventory report sent to the UNECE Air Convention (Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution - CLRTAP).

Greater circularity in the buildings sector can lead to major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions

9.7.2020|Okolje

Improving efficiency and reuse of materials to construct houses and other buildings can open significant new opportunities to further reducing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing released today.

Spremenjena prometna ureditev Strmec - Mangart

3.7.2020|Promet

V soboto, 4. julija bo na odseku Strmec - Mangart vzpostavljena nova prometna ureditev.

Spremenjen prometni režim na cesti Strmec - Mangart

3.7.2020|Promet

V soboto, 4. julija bo na odseku Strmec - Mangart vzpostavljena nova prometna ureditev.

Connecting protected areas with green infrastructure would strengthen Europe’s ecosystems

2.7.2020|Okolje

The European Union’s (EU) network of protected sites, Natura 2000, could be further connected with green infrastructure to create a trans-European nature network. According to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing, published today, highways and other infrastructure currently disconnect about 15 % of the Natura 2000 sites from other nature areas, reducing their capacity for ecosystem services.

EU met air pollution limits for four key pollutants, including ammonia, in 2018

30.6.2020|Okolje

In 2018, the European Union met all air pollution limit ceilings set for total emissions of the four key pollutants monitored under EU rules. Emissions of ammonia levelled off after five years of increases, according to updated data released by the European Environment Agency (EEA) today.

Average CO2 emissions from new cars and new vans increased again in 2019

26.6.2020|Okolje

According to provisional data, published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA), average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new passenger cars registered in the European Union (EU), Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom (UK), increased in 2019, for the third consecutive year. The average CO2 emissions from new vans also increased slightly. Zero- and low-emission vehicles must be deployed much faster across Europe to achieve the stricter targets that apply from 2020.

Average CO2 emissions from new cars and new vans increased again in 2019

26.6.2020|Okolje

According to provisional data, published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA), average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new passenger cars registered in the European Union (EU), Iceland, Norway and the United Kingdom (UK), increased in 2019, for the third consecutive year. The average CO2 emissions from new vans also increased slightly. Zero- and low-emission vehicles must be deployed much faster across Europe to achieve the stricter targets that apply from 2020.

Europe’s seas face uncertain future if urgent, coherent action not taken

25.6.2020|Okolje

Faced with the increased threats posed by overexploitation of marine resources, pollution and climate change, urgent action is needed to bring Europe’s seas back to good condition. According to the European Environment Agency’s report on Europe’s marine ecosystems, published today, we are running out of time to reverse decades of neglect and misuse.

Ageing population, emerging technologies and fiscal sustainability can influence EU’s path to sustainable future

24.6.2020|Okolje

Environmental policies must be better integrated across all government work if Europe is to stay on target toward a sustainable, carbon-neutral future. This will be crucial amid the profound changes which are expected to happen as a result of an ageing European population, a widespread technological change, and the competing allocations of public budgets. Tackling these complex challenges with sustainability in mind will require clear, bold, long-term and future-proof policies, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) report published today.

Doubling recycling across Europe is feasible, for certain waste streams

23.6.2020|Okolje

There is significant potential to increase recycling across Europe for municipal, construction and electronic waste according to a European Environment Agency briefing released today. Compared to current recycled amounts, this potential can double recycling for municipal and electronic waste and increase it by 30 % for construction and demolition waste.

Longer-lasting electronics benefit environment, climate and circular economy

18.6.2020|Okolje

Extending the lifetime and delaying obsolescence of electronics can significantly reduce their environmental and climate impacts and contribute to meeting the European Union’s (EU) environment, climate and circular economy objectives. According to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing, published today, smartphones, televisions, washing machines and vacuum cleaners all are used on average for shorter periods than both their designed and desired lifetimes.

Reducing and recycling food and garden waste to boost Europe's circular economy

17.6.2020|Okolje

Bio-waste is one of the key waste streams in Europe and holds great potential for the circular economy. According to the European Environment Agency’s new assessment, reducing and using bio-waste could cut emissions, improve soils and provide energy. Recycling bio-waste is also key for meeting the European Union’s target to recycle 65 % of municipal waste by 2035.

Spremembe na MP Hrvaške in Italije

15.6.2020|Promet

Od 15. junija odprti vsi maloobmejni prehodi s Hrvaško

Quality of Europe’s bathing waters remains high, latest annual assessment finds

8.6.2020|Okolje

The quality of Europe’s bathing water remains high, according to this year’s European bathing water quality assessment published today. Just under 85 % of swimming sites across Europe monitored in 2019 met the European Union’s highest and most stringent ‘excellent’ quality standards.

New cars and vans sold in 2018 more CO2 intensive, final data confirms

3.6.2020|Okolje

Average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new cars registered in the European Union (EU), the United Kingdom (UK) and Iceland increased in 2018 for the second year in a row, according to final data published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA). For the first time, average CO2 emissions from new vans also increased in 2018. More efforts are needed from manufacturers to reduce vehicle CO2 emissions.

New cars and vans sold in 2018 more CO2 intensive, final data confirms

3.6.2020|Okolje

Average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new cars registered in the European Union (EU), the United Kingdom (UK) and Iceland increased in 2018 for the second year in a row, according to final data published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA). For the first time, average CO2 emissions from new vans also increased in 2018. More efforts are needed from manufacturers to reduce vehicle CO2 emissions.

1

Napoved vremena O teh straneh Zasebnost in piškotki Povezave Na vrh strani