People visit hiking trails and protected areas more often in summer, and so that everyone can relax and enjoy their time in Estonia’s pristine natural environment, it is important to take care of the world around us.Read more
The Environmental Board will order the eradication of giant and Sosnovski hogweed on almost 2300 hectares of land. In order to stop the plant from spreading, all of the hogweed’s habitats must be targeted.Read more
The Environmental Board would like to issue a reminder that all possible environmental violations, pollution incidents, animals in need of help or dead animals can be reported through the state helpline, 1247 or e-address firstname.lastname@example.org. Sending information through the state helpline helps it reach the inspector or official of the corresponding county quickly.
The phone number is easy to remember and is available 24/7. Calls made to 1247 are free.
The state helpline 1247 is managed by the Emergency Response Centre.Read more