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.

1 November 2022

How climate change is forcing monkeys out of trees

Climate change is affecting us all. Every single living being on the Earth gets to experience the consequences of our actions, ranging from terrible droughts to […]
31 October 2022

70% of young people are very worried about climate change

Young people are at the forefront of climate change activism. Around 70% of those aged 16-25 are extremely worried or very worried about the climate, a […]
27 October 2022

EU to start receiving Kazakh green hydrogen by 2030 thanks to a $50 billion deal

Hyrasia One, a subsidiary of the European cleantech Svevind Energy Group, is planning one of the world’s largest industrial plants for the production of pure green […]
26 October 2022

99% coral reefs at threat from climate change by 2055 if no action is taken

A recent study from researchers at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa has revealed that the deadline by which coral reef populations are at threat from […]
26 October 2022

Oslo set to become the world’s first zero emission city by 2030

Oslo is set to become the world’s first capital city with an all-electric public transport system. The city is aiming for that target by the end […]
25 October 2022

Why science-based targets matter

At the World Travel Market (WTM), London, on December 7th we shall recognise this year’s Global Responsible Tourism Award winners. It is heartening that we have […]
25 October 2022

World’s largest capacity floating wave energy device to be tested in Scotland

Irish firm Ocean Energy is set to collaborate with 14 partners in the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, and Spain to develop a project that will test […]
25 October 2022

The world’s whitest paint can help fight climate change

The world’s whitest paint can now be used on cars and planes. The paint reflects 98% of the sun’s light, which could help cool vehicle’s interiors […]
25 October 2022

Salts could be the answer for large-scale storage of hydrogen in solids, new study shows

Researchers at the Leibniz Institute of Catalysis have developed a method for storing and releasing pure hydrogen with salts in the presence of amino acids. The […]
24 October 2022

Brain-eating amoeba likely to affect more swimmers worldwide due to climate change

A deadly, brain-eating amoeba usually limited to regions with warm, fresh waters like the southern US has been found as far north as Minnesota and Nebraska. […]
24 October 2022

EU parliament adopts targets for EV charging infrastructure

On Wednesday October 19th, the European Parliament adopted its position on draft EU rules aimed at spurring the deployment of recharging and alternative refueling stations (such […]
20 October 2022

Water batteries could be the solution to storing renewable energy

Renewable energy is without doubt the future, but as much as it is necessary, there is one big obstacle that needs to be overcome – its […]
20 October 2022

Plastic waste will triple by 2060, according to OECD forecast

According to an OECD forecast included in the Global Plastics Outlook Policy Scenarios to 2060 report from June 2022, unless serious, stringent and coordinated policies are […]
14 October 2022

Cepsa’s new green hydrogen corridor to connect north and south of Europe

Cepsa and the Port of Rotterdam have forged a new partnership to develop a green hydrogen corridor. 1. Cepsa and Port of Rotterdam Spanish oil and […]
13 October 2022

Satellites could soon beam down solar energy from space

Emrod, an Auckland based company specialising in long range wireless energy transfer demonstrated on 27 September its technology for Space-Based Solar Power (SBSP) applications in a […]
12 October 2022

Researchers developed a low-cost device that converts the slightest breeze into electricity

Researchers from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) of Singapore published a paper in the Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing journal, presenting a device they developed which […]