Developing countries spent more on renewable power than rich ones for the first time last year.
A Kazakhstani site has been added to the UNESCO list of protected biosphere nature reserves.
Conservation group Greenpeace warned that the environmental impact of the Fukushima nuclear crisis five years ago on nearby forests is just beginning to be seen.
Kazakh Minister of Energy Vladimir Shkolnik says that the price for petrol in Kazakhstan will depend on the Russian ruble.
Ministry of Energy suggests using the Irtysh River to save the Aral Sea, one of the worst environmental disasters located in Kazakhstan.
Foreign experts have finally presented their preliminary findings into the tragic pestilence of hundreds of thousands of rare saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan.
Excess hydrogen sulfide emissions in Atyrau in western Kazakhstan cause headaches and suffocation among residents.
Causes of the recent massive die-out of rare saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan is studied by South African specialists.
Construction of a hazardous waste recycling plant is planned in Pavlodar.
President Nazarbayev has taken part in a meeting with media representatives to discuss development of the City of Apples - Almaty.
Bike taxi Veloriksha has started operating in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Three children have faited during classes in Berezovka village just several months after a series of mass incidents of the same nature.
The unpleasant smell in Astana caused by sewage waters discharged into Taldykol Lake near the capital city will be eliminated by 2017.
Kazakhstan is introducing new ecological standards for engine fuel. But experts have some doubts about the effectiveness of this measure.
Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Berdybek Saparbayev has visited Berezovka village located just several kilometers away from the major oil and gas field Karachaganak, where emissions of hydrogen sulfide took place shortly before the incident.
951 Berezovka villagers have signed an appeal addressed to the President and Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan asking to be relocated away from the Karachaganak oil and gas field, citing poor ecological situation in the area and the latest series of incidents involving mass poisoning of children.
Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B.V. denies breaching environemtal standards in recent hospitalization of children in Berezovka village, several kilometers away from Karachaganak oil and gas field in Kazakhstan.
Prosecutor of West Kazakhstan Oblast said there were several hydrogen sulphide emissions at the large Karachaganak oil and gas field before the mass poisoning of children from nearby Berezovka village occured.
Almaty is the largest city in Kazakhstan but the ecological damage from the city's growing vehicle usage exacerbated by the lack of high-quality public transport hangs like a smog over the country's cultural capital.
The Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan has announced that Kazakhstan will produce its first electromobile in a matter of months.