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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

2 May 2022

5 nature documentaries to watch

Man has been surrounded by nature since we made our first appearance on this planet and even so, most of us know disturbingly little about the […]
2 May 2022

What is holding airlines from using green jet fuel?

Green jet fuel is already available and it has the potential to green aviation but production costs remain high hampering scale up. 1. SAF and climate […]
2 May 2022

What was the first airline to exist?

The first passenger airline was the German airship company DELAG (Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-Aktiengesellschaft, or German Airship Transportation Corporation Ltd), established on November 16, 1909. The airline was […]
29 April 2022

Top 5 luxury travel trends for 2022

Travelling comes in lots of different kinds and sizes. For some, it’s all about thrill-seeking adventures. For others, there’s nothing like a low-cost backpacking vacation. And […]
29 April 2022

How air pollution could destroy some of the most iconic locations

During the months of the pandemic, the levels of air pollution were considerably reduced in all cities of the world. Some of of those destinations shone […]
28 April 2022

1,500 languages could disappear by the end of the century

Research by the Australian National University (ANU) has found that of the world’s 7,000 recognized languages, around half are currently endangered. 1,500 are particularly at risk. […]
28 April 2022

This is the longest train journey in the world

Are you a fan of traveling by train? You’ll be delighted to know that as of December 2nd you can travel all the way from Portugal […]
27 April 2022

The world’s 10 most underrated road trips

Choosing is hard. And nonetheless, it’s something we have to do each and every day. From the clothes we put on in the morning to the […]
27 April 2022

Which countries are poised to win the hydrogen race?

With the impacts of climate change becoming more and more apparent, policymakers worldwide are betting on clean hydrogen to break away from fossil fuels. Climate change […]
27 April 2022

Online travel platforms vs. inflation. What does it take to keep holidays affordable?

With inflation putting a squeeze on household finances, a growing number of people are at risk of being priced out of leisure travel. However, research suggests […]
27 April 2022

Where does your recycling actually go?

In the US, recycling materials like packaging could end up in a landfill or be shipped abroad and burned. Experts predict that only 9% of all […]
26 April 2022

This hydrogen-powered e-bike is the first of its kind

Dutch design office Studio MOM has teamed up with hydrogen battery pioneer LAVO to develop an electric bike that can carry heavy cargo over long distances, […]
25 April 2022

12 best ways to reduce city car use

The transition to electric vehicles is progressing, but slowly, with cars using non-renewable fuels still very much in circulation and use. New research from the World […]
25 April 2022
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Music sales hit new record thanks to the boom in streaming

The global music industry hit a new record in global sales for 2021, up by 20%. The growth has been attributed to a surge in streaming, […]
25 April 2022

WTTC and ForwardKeys forecast massive increase in global international inbound travel

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and its knowledge partner ForwardKeys, forecast a major increase in global international flights bookings as international travel takes off. […]
25 April 2022

Glasgow declaration on Climate Action in Tourism has passed the 500 signatories milestone

The number of signatories to the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism has passed the 500-mark, just four months after the landmark initiative was launched at […]
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