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.

15 March 2023

Meet 4 startups working to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy sources

Many startups are playing a crucial role in the energy transition by developing new technologies, business models, and strategies to help accelerate the adoption of renewable […]
15 March 2023

China lays out plans to invest $5.1bn in a green hydrogen plant in Egypt

The announcement was made during a meeting of the Egyptian cabinet, on 9 March, attended by China Energy chairman Song Hailiang. 1. China Energy Engineering Corporation […]
13 March 2023

Antarctic sea ice levels reach record low, new report shows

Sea ice extent in Antarctica reached a record low in February of this year, according to the latest report from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), […]
10 March 2023

Australian researchers might have found a solution to recycle solar panels

Solar panels are made up of several materials, including glass, metal, and plastic. While recycling solar panels is possible, it can be challenging due to the […]
9 March 2023

Belgian business venture to build world’s first artificial island in the North Sea

The Belgian consortium Jan De Nul and DEME won the tender for the construction of the world’s first artificial energy island in the North Sea. The […]
8 March 2023

Climate change to cause up to €900 billion economic damage in Germany by 2050

Climate change could cause economic damages of up to €900 billion by 2050 in Germany, according to a recent study conducted by research companies Prognos and […]
8 March 2023

Would you skip your inflight meal to go “green”?

While not everyone is thrilled with the prospect of skipping meals on board, a few airlines, including Delta and Japan Airlines, are offering customers the option […]
2 March 2023

Is it possible to cool the planet using Earth’s heat?

A new and innovative concept to curb climate change is being designed by Fervo Energy, a company working with geothermal power, which recently announced plans to […]
1 March 2023

Balancing on a ‘doom loop’

I am in India encouraging governments and tourism business to take responsibility and make tourism better. I was at Amity University in Uttar Pradesh last week […]
27 February 2023

Venice canals run dry as risk of drought looms over Italy

Lack of rain and low tides have caused many of Venice’s famous channels to become practically dry, plenty of them full of mud. A sad image […]
24 February 2023

UK uses “world-first” PV system to power multiple flats within a single building in Cardiff

Australian Allume Energy, Wales & West Housing and the Welsh Government announced the first installation of Allume’s SolShare technology for the UK’s housing sector, to provide […]
23 February 2023

IberBlue unveils first offshore wind project in Portugal

A floating offshore wind farm with an installed capacity of 990MW will be built off the coast of Figueira da Foz, in Portugal. 1. Offshore wind […]
22 February 2023

There is no Green Deal if ideology condemns the competitiveness of European industry

On the 1st of February, the European Commission (EC) presented “The Green Deal Industrial Plan,” which underlines the need for a green and digital transition with […]
21 February 2023

Blue Origin’s new production method claims to offer ‘unlimited solar power’

Blue Origin has announced that it has developed a method for producing solar cells and transmission wire using only lunar regolith. The aerospace company, owned by […]
21 February 2023

What are the energy sources bringing electricity to Europe?

Over the past decade, Europe has been shifting towards renewable energy sources for electricity generation. With the war in Ukraine threatening energy security, due to a […]
20 February 2023

UN Head says cities worldwide face climate “death sentence”

António Guterres, the United Nations Secretary General, has warned of impending climate catastrophe and end-of-days warfare over resources for over 900 million people worldwide. Amid multiple […]