As many as two-thirds of 21 Croatian counties are struggling with flooding, with the worst occurring in central Croatia, the national rescue agency DUZS said on Sunday.

Dengue fever is the most prevalent mosquito-borne viral disease worldwide. Dengue transmission is critically dependent on climatic factors and there is much concern as to whether climate change would spread the disease to areas currently unaffected. The occurrence of autochthonous infections in Croatia and France in 2010 has raised concerns about a potential re-emergence of dengue in Europe. The objective of this study is to estimate dengue risk in Europe under climate change scenarios.

Soldiers and energy workers have stacked thousands of sandbags to protect Serbia's biggest power plant from flood waters, which are expected to keep rising after the heaviest rains in the Balkans i

The Balkans braced for more misery as the death toll from the worst floods in a century rose to 47 and rising waters forced thousands more to flee their homes.

Muddy waters from the Sava River have submerged houses, churches, mosques and roads in Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia after record rainfall wreaked havoc across the central European region.

The UK increased the share of municipal waste recycling from 12% to 39% between 2001 and 2010, according to a new report.

A universal climate change agreement is both necessary and possible — and we need to migrate to the politics of opportunity

Bosnia's Serb Republic and neighbouring Croatia agreed on Friday to jointly build a 300 megawatt hydro power plant on Bosnia's Trebisnjica river in the south near the Croatian Adriatic city of Dubr

According to a new analysis, the United States now ranks 41st in the world in terms of neonatal mortality, the death rate of infants less than one month old.

Croatia has dropped an appeal against its emission target under the Kyoto Protocol, removing a major hurdle for the country's plan to join the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) by 2013, U.N.

An international team of scientists wants to ban the catching of eight species of Atlantic Ocean sharks and put a strict limit on the catch of two others to try to prevent population crashes.