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.

8 June 2023

For a timely green energy transition, nuclear needs to complement renewables

The first day of the Astana International Forum has come to an end. The conference, taking place in the Kazakh capital on 8-9 June, brings together […]
7 June 2023

Are wind ships the next maritime revolution?

Wind ships have gained attention in recent years as a potential solution to reduce emissions in the maritime industry. While they are not necessarily a complete […]
7 June 2023

Use of animal fat as green jet fuel already addressed by EU law, says FuelsEurope

Animal by-products are already highly regulated for all uses, stated Fuels Europe, after a study conducted on behalf of Transport & Environment (T&E) suggested that greater […]
5 June 2023

Can EU’s energy grid handle the surge in solar power?

Investment in power generation is finally transitioning from fossil fuels to renewables. In May, the International Energy Agency revealed that investment in clean energy technologies, especially […]
1 June 2023

Growing use of animal fats as green jet fuel will hurt planet, new study claims

Animal fats are being used to make sustainable fuels but they might end up being worse for the planet, according to a new study conducted on […]
29 May 2023

Investment in solar energy on track to exceed oil for first time, IEA boss says

Investment in clean energy technologies, especially solar power, is significantly outpacing spending on fossil fuels, according to a new International Energy Agency (IEA) report.  1. Solar […]
26 May 2023

Kazakhstan launches Astana International Forum to address key global challenges

The Kazakh government has announced the launch of the Astana International Forum, a conference to be held on 8-9 June, bringing together the international community to […]
26 May 2023

Wireless electricity could become a reality and revolutionise the energy transition

Nikola Tesla’s grand vision for wireless electricity, explained and experimented a century ago, could become reality as wireless power startup Emrod is developing technology to transmit […]
26 May 2023

How can blockchain tech help the race to net-zero?

Blockchain technology can play a significant role in supporting the race to achieve net-zero emissions by providing transparency, traceability, and efficiency in various aspects of sustainability […]
25 May 2023

Recycled plastic may be more toxic than a cure for pollution, Greenpeace warns

Ahead of the Global Plastics Treaty negotiations in Paris, on May 29 to June 2, Greenpeace raised the alarm saying that recycling plastics increases its toxicity. […]
25 May 2023

Belgium’s largest net zero heating system to be installed at Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport plans to replace its central heating installation by early 2027 with a net zero carbon installation, which will heat the terminal buildings without emitting […]
23 May 2023

Sweden to build the world’s first permanent electrified road for EVs

With the latest EU legislation mandating cars to deliver zero CO2 emissions from 2035, European countries are rushing to prepare the infrastructure needed for electric vehicles […]
22 May 2023

Global temperature likely to break key 1.5°C limit for first time

Global temperatures are likely to surge to record levels in the next five years, fueled by heat-trapping greenhouse gases and a naturally occurring El Niño event, […]
18 May 2023

UN says plastic pollution can be cut by 80% by 2040

With global plastic production predicted to triple by 2060 and countless reports warning about the lack of success of recycling industries worldwide, it’s critical to find […]
17 May 2023

Hamburg Airport bets on SAF and hydrogen for the future of aviation

Germany’s Hamburg Air is partnering with Lufthansa Technik, an aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul service provider for commercial aircraft converting to VIP and special mission aircraft. […]
17 May 2023

Ostend-Bruges Airport to become Belgium’s second largest solar park

Belgian company EnergyVision will install 66,200 solar panels on the grounds of Ostend-Bruges Airport. The deployment, which is schedule to take place this fall, will make […]