Majority of Russians say that Lake Baikal should be the symbol of Russia. But in monotown Baikalsk hundreds of workers who lost their jobs this month say they feel cheated by Moscow.
Two States, Three Countries, Four Opponents of Fracking.
Not even the mainstream ruling party in Hungary dares reject racism and homophobia for fear of alienating a crucial voting bloc--the far right.
Poland is a test case for shale gas development in Europe, but so far the industry has failed to take off.
On the eve of an unimaginably long walk one question nagged journalist Paul Salopek: Should he take his house keys?
The tide of brain drain – from developing countries to industrialized nations – has turned. Human capital is now returning home to Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Africa.
The Rosia Montana mine is one of the oldest mines in the world, but now it threatens to destroy the ancient village it long ago built.
Belarusians living in the "last dictatorship in Europe" are looking outward for information and help.
Twenty years after independence, Belarus struggles for freedom under the dictatorship of Alexander Lukashenko.
In the cafes of Krumovgrad, Bulgaria, young and old debate the proposed opening of a large open-pit gold mine by a Canadian company, a project that could increase jobs—but also contaminate the water.
Remus Cenusa is one of the last 40 residents in a Romanian village who is refusing a resettlement offer from Rosia Montana Gold Corporation. The beekeeper wants to remain under the buzz of his bees.
An ancient Romanian mining town is wary of losing its historical roots to a large-scale open pit mine.