Mobile urban gardens could be created in the block of the demolished Sporta Pils, the owner of the block, Estonian "Rotermann Square" representative Kristīne Stabiņa told Latvian Radio on July 8.
Last week, researchers found the largest known bat colony in Latvia, said Maija Rēna, representative of the Nature Conservation Agency (DAP) on July 7.
The hunting limits for animals of protected species at European level – lynx, wolves and deer – in Latvia are determined proportionally to the number of animals. However, data differs across sources, causing discrepancies and allowing manipulation, said the State Audit Office (VK) on July 7.
Today, July 3, the Day Without Plastic Bags is taking place around the world, prompting people to opt out of buying plastic bags and support more nature-friendly packaging for their purchases.
The linden bloom time this year coincides with rainfall. Since tea is only harvested in dry weather, you must ready on your feet for the moment, said Raimonds Lignickis, owner of the Rūķīšu Tēja (Dwarf Tea) family company on July 1.
On Tuesday, June 30, several streets were flooded in Rīga following heavy rainfall and public transport traffic was delayed, news agency LETA reported on June 30.
Beehives have returned to the Latvian Television (LTV) terrace in Zaķusala this morning, June 18, reported Latvian Television.
The State Environmental Service (VVD), in cooperation with the competent authorities of Poland, suspended illegal import of 549.38 tonnes of plastic and rubber waste into Latvia, the VVD informed on June 18.
The Latvian Fund for Nature (LDF) this summer invites to replace travel, concerts, festivals and other events with nature observation, representatives informed on June 17.
If coronavirus lockdown and the numerous other stressful situations of the modern world are getting on top of you, a rural district of Latvia is offering an hour's escape.
A new "green" bicycle trail is from Rīga to Pskov is planned to be created in the coming year, reported Latvian Radio on May 24.
Nature trails and observation towers managed by Nature Conservation Agency (NCA) will be available again to visitors starting this weekend, said representative Maija Rēna on May 14.
With people increasingly turning to nature for relaxation, the increasing number of reported brown bear sightings is just one of several indications that bear numbers have increased in Latvia, according to the Nature Conservation Agency (DAP) on April 28.
Latvia's State Forests (LVM) has posted a video online of a bear cub spotted near the village of Ārciems in Limbaži district.