Marta Pacheco.

Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

2 December 2022

Will Sicily finally be connected to mainland Italy?

Talks about building a bridge to connect the island of Sicily with the mainland are back in the Italian political agenda as Italy’s new right-wing government […]
1 December 2022

French baguette gets Unesco World Heritage status

An icon of the French culture portrayed in the big screens, the baguette has finally made it into the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list. 1. Baguette […]
1 December 2022

Manchester Airport reveals plans for direct access to a hydrogen fuel pipeline

Manchester Airport will be the pioneer in the UK with a direct hydrogen fuel pipeline connection, the British airport announced during an official event attended by […]
29 November 2022

Norway and Costa Rica perceived as most sustainable tourism destinations

Norway is perceived as the most sustainable and responsible tourism destination in the world, followed by Costa Rica, according to the latest survey from the World […]
29 November 2022

What do Europeans think about using e-bikes?

There was a great uptake of e-bikes by European citizens during the high-peak of the pandemic yet concerns with the environment have also prompted Europeans to […]
29 November 2022

Canada enforces new space crime legislation

As a manned-mission is expected to land on the Moon in 2024, with a Canadian astronaut on board, Canada passed legislation to prosecute crimes on Earth’s […]
28 November 2022

Skellefteå gains recognition for its efforts to include people with disabilities

The Swedish city of Skellefteå was recognised with the 2023 Access City Award for its dedication and innovative approach to increasing accessibility for persons with disabilities, […]
24 November 2022

AI-based systems help hotel chain Iberostar to cut food waste

The hotel chain and global tourism company Iberostar is working with the support of artificial intelligence (AI) to reduce food waste and its management unveiled initiatives […]
22 November 2022

How many countries have achieved carbon neutrality?

Countries across the world are designing measures to reduce their carbon dioxide footprint, in line with the Paris Agreement, which has established a 1.5°C temperature limit […]
22 November 2022

Humans will live on the Moon this decade, NASA says

Scientific missions on the Moon, the Earth’s natural satellite, will likely require humans to establish and live there, according to the NASA official leading the Artemis […]
21 November 2022

Swiss start-up develops hydrogen-powered hypersonic plane

A Swiss aerospace start-up is developing a new hydrogen-powered hypersonic plane which is promising to revolutionise air transport. 1. Flight tests Destinus SA is among the […]
18 November 2022

TRA 2022: New “smart” shipping containers reduce CO2 and improve logistics

Innovative shipping containers promising to be more efficient and sustainable were demonstrated at the TRA 2022, the biggest European Research and Technology Conference on transport and […]
17 November 2022

New storage technology promises to store solar energy up to 18 years

The new invention is being developed by researchers in Sweden with the support of scientists from China. 1. Solar energy in liquid form Researchers from Sweden’s […]
17 November 2022

Who really invented the lightbulb?

Most people associate the invention of the lightbulb to Thomas Edison, yet names like Alessandro Volta, Humphrey Davy and Joseph Swan played a key role in […]
14 November 2022

Kazakhstan’s oil to come to Europe through BTC pipeline as of 2023

Up to 1.5 million tons of oil are expected to flow from Kazakhstan through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline as of 2023. 1. Bypassing Russia As part […]
11 November 2022

India to send tourists to space in 2025

A company in India is laying the ground to send tourists to space in a spaceship attached to a unique high-altitude balloon system by 2025. 1. […]
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