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1 December 2021

The unnecessary images you keep are releasing tonnes of CO2

New research conducted by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has revealed that the amount of storage necessary for all the photos that people in […]
29 November 2021

WHO urges countries to keep borders open while more scientific data on Omicron is being collected

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Africa is urging countries to follow the science rather than imposing flight bans in a bid to […]
29 November 2021

21% of all destinations worldwide have their borders completely closed to tourists

One out of five destinations continue to have their borders completely closed as new surges of Covid-19- impact the restart of international tourism. The latest UNWTO research shows that still […]
29 November 2021

Omicron variant leads to worldwide travel bans

The new Covid-19 variant (named B.1.1.529 or Omicron) detected last week in South Africa is raising serious concerns among scientists. Firstly detected only in small numbers, […]
29 November 2021

Booking buys air booking specialist Etraveli for €1.63 billion

Booking Holdings Inc. announced last week that it has entered into an agreement with funds managed by CVC Capital Partners (“CVC”) to acquire global flight booking […]
26 November 2021

EasyJet is recuiting 1,500 cabin crew for summer 2022

easyJet has launched its annual recruitment drive for seasonal cabin crew to fly next summer, to serve the predicted ramp up in demand. easyJet is recruiting […]
24 November 2021

Top 5 pavilions currently on display at Expo 2020 Dubai

Dubai Expo 2020 is open to visitors. The Expo is the first world’s fair to be held in the Middle East and the first global event […]
24 November 2021

10 most addictive foods according to science

Certain foods are irresistible for almost any human being: It’s difficult to stop eating them, even when we’re full. But not all foods are equally addictive, […]
24 November 2021

This is how business class will look in the future

Climate change has forced the aviation industry to rethink its value chain to try to minimize the carbon emissions linked to all off its processes. The […]
18 November 2021

7 Stunning frozen lakes around the world

As winter approaches, temperatures fall and lakes around the world get shrouded in ice and snow. Here are seven lakes that become even more beautiful in […]
17 November 2021

Sleep and sport: why exercise helps us to get a better night’s sleep

It seems sleep deprivation and disturbance are an increasingly common symptom of today’s society, with many people suffering from a lack of sleep caused by a […]
17 November 2021

Warmest places to visit in Europe this winter

If you missed the summer vacation and have no ideas where to go during the winter break, maybe you can enjoy the sun elsewhere. Yes, even […]
17 November 2021

Scientists have found a way to clean the Great Pacific Garbage Patch by 2040

On October 20th of this year, the non-profit foundation The Ocean Cleanup announced that its System 002, the technology behind the largest ocean cleanup project ever, […]
16 November 2021

These are the most common second languages spoken around the world

Spanish in the US and French in Canada, Turkish in Germany. There’s a chance you might have guessed those are the second most spoken languages in […]
16 November 2021

6 sinking cities at risk of disappearing

With rising global temperatures, low-lying coastal cities are experiencing more and more devastating events. Most cities are sinking due to a combination of increasing sea levels […]
16 November 2021

Aviation made little, if any, progress at COP26

The Climate Action Tracker has warned that warned that the “good news” of the potential impact of announced net zero targets was bringing false hope to […]
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