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.

8 December 2022

EU passes law banning import of goods linked to deforestation

Imported products leading to deforestation and forest degradation will soon be banned from entering the European Union (EU). However, Greenpeace denounces a “loophole” that it says […]
8 December 2022

Portugal to continue golden visa program despite criticism

Portugal rejected the call to end golden visas, which had been proposed by the Portuguese Prime Minister António Costa at the Web Summit in Lisbon. 1. […]
8 December 2022

Stranded passengers block access to Terminal B at Brussels Airport

Starting early morning on 8 December, about 40 stranded passengers started protesting to show their anger for their flight being cancelled by blocking access to Terminal […]
8 December 2022

SAF production to reach 200% increase by the end of the year

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) production will reach at least 300 million litres in 2022, a 200% increase on […]
8 December 2022

Indigenous peoples are reshaping Canada’s tourism landscape

There are approximately 2 million people in Canada who identify as Indigenous, representing about 5 percent of the population. This includes First Nations, Inuit and Métis. […]
8 December 2022

The ancient technique of marine wine making

The millennia-old technique of making marine wine revived by Italian viticulturists makes it possible to savor an Ancient Greek delicacy. Back in 2018, Italian winemaker Antonio […]
8 December 2022

30th anniversary of the first text message

The text message just celebrated its 30th anniversary. The first SMS (Short Message Service) was sent on December 3, 1992 in Berkshire, UK. The message read […]
8 December 2022

‘Ready to Fly’ is one step closer to reality

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released new industry standards which will make the dream of arriving at airports ready-to-fly one step closer to reality.  […]
7 December 2022

European Young farmers awarded for best agriculture practices at the European Parliament

The 8th EPP European Congress of Young Farmers took place today under the topic ‘The role of young farmers in food security’. The Congress was held […]
7 December 2022

New Zealand to tax farmers for herds’ greenhouse gas emissions

New Zealand’s abundant livestock comes with an environmental cost, as the island nation is discussing taxing farmers, under the Emissions Trading Scheme, for herd’s greenhouse gas […]
7 December 2022

India reinstates e-visas for UK travellers

On Monday, 5 December, the Indian High Commission in London announced the reinstatement of e-visas for British travellers. The UK was among the few countries for […]
7 December 2022

Exploring Azerbaijan’s cuisine

Whenever travelling abroad, discovering the local cuisine is essential and, in this regard, Azerbaijan has a plentiful offer. From fresh salads to kebabs and teas, you […]
7 December 2022

These strikes are set to cause travel disruption across Europe in December

December is a busy month at airports around the world. Many people return home for Christmas and airports fill up with passengers eager to reconnect with […]
7 December 2022

Brussels to become the capital of Art Nouveau in 2023

The Brussels Region has announced that next year will be the Art Nouveau Year as an important anniversary will be celebrated in the Capital of Europe. […]
7 December 2022

Did you know that China is turning deserts into arable lands?

China has barely 12% arable land despite its vast area in square kilometers. For many years, scientists in the country have tried to find ways increase […]
6 December 2022

A remote village in China wants to become a hub for astronomical tourism

Located in the Yunnan province, near the border with Myanmar, Gaomeigu is a remote village with seemingly the ideal conditions to attract tourists infatuated with astronomy […]
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