Selection from the media: high energy prices harm the railway, there is a threat of mold in apartments and four Moravian caves | iRADIO

You will read in the Czech press on Saturday that if you do not heat enough in the winter, you are in danger of moldy walls in your apartment. The server Zdopravy.cz points out that the current electricity prices threaten railway transport, and Saturday’s Prav writes about the opening of four normally inaccessible caves in the Moravian Karst. You can read more in the media selection compiled by Radiožurnál.



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8:04 am September 3, 2022

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The current electricity prices will eliminate rail transport, the transporters warn politicians | Photo: Zdeněk Trnka | Source: Czech Radio

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Insufficiently heated apartments can be attacked by mold in winter, writes Saturday’s Mf Dnes. The colder the room, the less its ability to absorb moisture. Dangerous molds can start to spread in them already at temperatures below 19 degrees Celsius, the German Federal Environment Agency said.


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Mold is most likely to occur on cold surfaces and in unventilated niches. 80 percent of all moisture occurs in kitchens and bathrooms. There is only one solution – really thorough ventilation.

Zdopravy.cz

Current electricity prices will eliminate rail transport, politicians warn carriers. The news website Zdopravy.cz notices this. According to them, freight and passenger transport are at risk. Developments in the electricity market can also affect public transport.

The representatives of the carriers therefore met with the Economic Committee of the Chamber of Deputies at the end of the week. They say they simply cannot afford to pay the current electricity prices. And regional budgets will not be able to finance it either.

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The Moravian Karst invites you to four normally closed caves, you will find out in Saturday’s Prav. The exceptional stalactite caves will be open to visitors in September and October.

Amatérská jeskyně is the longest cave system in Central Europe, measuring a full 44 kilometers. Ochozská jeskynje, on the other hand, attracts thousands of straws – small hollow stalactites growing from the ceilings. The Imperial Cave is nicknamed Moravian Lourdes, because it resembles a famous pilgrimage site in France. The last of the four caves is Michalka, tourists will look into it for the very first time.

Lucie Pávová

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