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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.

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

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

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 […]
6 December 2022

Wallonia to create 30 new nature reserves

On Thursday December 1st, the Walloon government in Belgium approved the creation of 30 new nature reserves and the extension of 23 existing ones, covering a […]
6 December 2022

Airlines expected to make $4.7 billion profit in 2023

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects a return to profitability for the global airline industry only in 2023, as airlines continue to cut losses stemming […]
6 December 2022

Cepsa to invest €3bn in green hydrogen pipeline to connect Europe

Cepsa announced 3 billion euros in investments to develop the green hydrogen corridor that is meant to connect the south to the north of Europe. 1. […]
6 December 2022

Climate Change, Extreme Weather and Tourism

Rarely does tourism benefit from extreme weather. The ski industry requires dependable snowfall. The American campaign group Protect our Winters was founded in 2007 to provide a […]
6 December 2022

Amsterdam to launch campaign aimed at discouraging alcohol, drugs and sex tourism

Amsterdam wants to take a series of measures to curb nightlife tourism. In the proposed reforms, foreign tourists who only come to the city for alcohol, […]
6 December 2022

WTTC unveils world-first global travel and tourism climate footprint data

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has unveiled ground-breaking new data detailing the climate footprint of the global travel and tourism sector. The findings were […]
6 December 2022

These are the world’s most expensive cities to live in 2022

The world’s most expensive cities are New York and Singapore, according to the Worldwide Cost of Living Index released by the Economist Intelligence Unit. This is […]
5 December 2022

Aerospace Rolls-Royce achieves successful milestone on hydrogen-powered jet engine

Giant aerospace Rolls-Royce announced the world’s first successful hydrogen test to power a modern aircraft engine, instead of using conventional fuel. 1. Wind and tidal power […]
5 December 2022

EU and Japan intensify cooperation on hydrogen

The EU and Japan have officially intensified their cooperation on hydrogen to spur innovation and develop an international hydrogen market. The new partnership follows the EU-Japan Summit in May 2021, when […]
5 December 2022

Too costly to heat your home this winter? Head to southern Europe

Reuters is reporting an apparent increase in numbers of people looking to become ‘energy migrants’ by moving from northern European countries to warmer climes in an […]
5 December 2022

France bans short haul domestic flights in favour of train travel

France’s moves to ban short-haul domestic flights have been approved by the European Commission, reports EuroNews. The ruling, announced on Friday, applies to flights between cities […]
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