The MSE website now offers RSS feeds for the latest press releases and speeches. To subscribe to the RSS feed from our website, copy and paste the following link into your RSS reader:


You can also subscribe to the RSS feeds offered by National Environment Agency (NEA).

What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication, or RSS, provides a free and easy way for you keep you updated on latest content from your favourite websites using an XML format. Instead of having to revisit a website to see if it has fresh content, you can view an aggregation of latest headlines via a RSS reader which collects news from your selected websites.
How Do I Get a Feed Reader?
Newer versions of some web browsers — such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Apple's Safari have simple RSS readers built into them. Alternatively, you can download and install a desktop-based RSS reader, or sign up for a web-based reader.
  • Desktop-based RSS Readers
    These readers have to be downloaded and installed on your computer. Some popular desktop-based RSS Reader software includes FeedReader.
    Different feed readers work on different operating systems, so please take this into account when you choose one.
  • Web-based RSS Readers
    These readers require no software installation and make the feeds available on any computer with Web access.
How to subscribe to a RSS feed?
Once you have set up your RSS reader, you are ready to subscribe to the RSS feeds. Each RSS reader has a slightly different way of subscribing to a new feed. Follow the directions for your reader but, generally, this is how it works in most cases:
  • Copy the address of the RSS Feed by right-clicking on the RSS link or the orange RSS icon rss-icon, then select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location". For example, the URL for the MSE RSS feed is
  • Paste the address into the "Add New Subscription / Add New Channel" section of the reader. The RSS feed will start to display and regularly update the headlines for you.