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.

9 November 2022

European pesticides industry reports increase in recycling of plastic containers

CropLife Europe, an association advocating for sustainable, innovative and science-based crop protection solutions, has announced new packaging collection achievements related to industry commitments supporting sustainable agriculture. […]
8 November 2022

EU and Kazakhstan sign strategic partnership on raw materials, batteries and green hydrogen

Attending the COP27 in Egypt, on Monday, 7 November, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Alikhan Smailov, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, signed a Memorandum of […]
8 November 2022

Redesigned Airbus A320 becomes hydrogen aviation research lab in Hamburg

A decommissioned Airbus A320 is being given a new life as Lufthansa Technik’s Hydrogen Aviation Lab, Hamburg’s new field laboratory for testing maintenance and ground processes […]
7 November 2022

Why is Flanders a key energy player?

Flanders is determined to lead the green transition and to become a hub of research and innovation shaping Europe’s low-carbon future. The region’s noticeable investment on […]
7 November 2022

Germany introduces €49 travel ticket and caps gas and electricity prices to help lower energy costs

On Wednesday November 2nd, Germany‘s federal government and the 16 states reached an agreement on a number of measures meant to ease the high energy costs […]
7 November 2022

Hundreds of climate activists block private jets at Amsterdam Schiphol

Hundreds of climate activists were arrested on Saturday November 5th at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport after they jumped over fences and occupied a parking area for private […]
2 November 2022

Mina Guli is running 200 marathons to help tackle the world’s water crisis

Australian ultra-marathoner and environmental activist Mina Guli plans to run 200 marathons in 365 days until the start of the United Nations Water Conference in March […]
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 […]
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