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Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

8 June 2023

For a timely green energy transition, nuclear needs to complement renewables

The first day of the Astana International Forum has come to an end. The conference, taking place in the Kazakh capital on 8-9 June, brings together […]
8 June 2023

What cities do billionaires like to live in?

Three thirds of the world’s billionaires live in just 15 countries around the world and almost one third live in only 16 cities around the world, […]
8 June 2023

Reskilling and upskilling are essential in the green transition

Environmental sustainability is a major concern for world-citizens, especially for the younger generations. In the words of Tim McPhie, Spokesperson for Climate Action and Energy at […]
8 June 2023

World’s most expensive cities to live in 2023

Hong Kong, Singapore and Zurich are the most expensive cities for international employees this year, according to new data released by Mercer, an American consulting firm. […]
7 June 2023

Are wind ships the next maritime revolution?

Wind ships have gained attention in recent years as a potential solution to reduce emissions in the maritime industry. While they are not necessarily a complete […]
7 June 2023

Overtourism, parasitism and the tragedy of the commons

Fundamental to Responsible Tourism is the principle that the destination belongs to the people who live there and their descendants. The 2002 Cape Town Declaration on […]
7 June 2023

IATA asks governments to step up their support for SAF production

Global renewable fuel production is expected to an estimated capacity 69 billion litters (55 million tonnes) by 2028, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). […]
7 June 2023

What is the real meaning of celebrating ‘Bicycle Day’?

Saturday June 3rd marked the World Bicycle Day, which aims to draw attention to the benefits of using the bicycle: a simple, affordable, clean and environmentally […]
6 June 2023

EU action on bike theft still far away

With a timid EU own response, bike theft continues to threaten modal shift away towards sustainable transport. Off the record, Brussels admits that bike theft is […]
6 June 2023

Discover the world’s strangest islands

Secret societies, supernatural activity, hidden paradises, cats, rabbits and crabs by the thousands, we have everything in this unusual route. Discover the strangest islands in the […]
5 June 2023

Number of unruly passenger incidents increased post-pandemic

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released a new analysis showing that reported unruly passenger incidents increased in 2022 compared to 2021. Latest figures show […]
5 June 2023

Billionaire pays more than 100,000 euros to moor super yacht at Monaco Grand Prix

An unnamed billionaire has allegedly paid $138,000 to moor his chartered yacht near the Monaco Grand Prix tracks, according to The Independent. The competition took place […]
2 June 2023

Three-year cruise clouded by uncertainty and refund demands

People sold their homes, they got rid of their belongings because they wanted to be on board the world’s first three-year cruise. An adventure announced by […]
1 June 2023

Best films about space tourism

The film industry has had strangely few encounters with the concept of space tourism. Most space writers have concentrated their minds on war, exploitation of resources, […]
1 June 2023

World’s Best Airlines for 2023 revealed by Airline Ratings

Air New Zealand has been named the World’s Best Airline of 2023, according to Australia-based aviation safety and product rating agency AirlineRatings.com, which highlighted the carrier’s […]
1 June 2023

5 Writers’ homes you’ll want to visit

To visit a writer’s house is to glimpse the inner life of a creative spirit. Unlike musicians or painters, writers need no special equipment or environment, […]