Bulgaria’s capital city is in the throes of a water crisis that is affecting not only quality of life for Sofia residents, but also politics and the environment by STEFAN KRAUSE NATURE AND NEGLIGENCE have combined to create a devastating water crisis in Bulgaria’s capital city of Sofia. Unusually low rainfall over the past few […]

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