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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.

27 October 2022

UK’s looming strike threatens Christmas travel

UK Border Force officers are threatening to strike over the Christmas holiday period, with the promise of travel chaos and disruption. 1. Looming strike Up to […]
27 October 2022

US airlines criticize government’s decision on flight delay compensation

Major US airlines are criticizing the US government’s latest plans to publicly pressure them into offering additional passenger benefits related to flight delay compensation.  1. Compensation […]
26 October 2022

Charles De Gaulle Terminal 2G makeover pays tribute to Paris’ iconic landmarks

Airports are one of those things in life we kind of dread. Sure, they’re necessary if you want to travel the world because well, you first […]
26 October 2022

Asia Pacific could lose its title as the world’s largest travel region, new data predicts

Asia Pacific could no longer be the world’s largest travel region by the end of 2022, a new report from international travel industry analysts the Centre […]
26 October 2022

Guidelines to travel to the World Cup 2022

The World Cup in Qatar is around the corner and many football fans might be looking for information on what the requirements are to enter the […]
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

Indonesia is paying fishermen to collect plastic waste from the ocean

Indonesia is paying fishers to collect plastic trash from the ocean. In a move that is part of the broad effort to reduce pollution, the Ministry […]
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

Want to go to space with Virgin Galactic? Here’s your to-do list

The crash and explosion of Blue Origin’s unmanned rocket in September has once again flagged the dangers of space travel. But the two main rivals in […]
25 October 2022

Archer Aviation’s goal is to build 250 air taxis in 2025

Archer Aviation has announced that it wants to build 250 battery-electric air taxis in 2025. The plan is to get its aircraft certified by the end […]
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

Space X’s Polaris Dawn spacewalk postponed

The first commercial spacewalk, scheduled for late 2022, has been postponed to March 2023 at the earliest, the Polaris Program website has announced. The private Polaris […]
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