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22 March 2022

Neste and DHL Express announce one of the largest SAF deals in the aviation industry

DHL Express and Neste have announced a significant step towards decarbonizing aviation logistics by expanding their existing cooperation with a new strategic collaboration. In the next […]
22 March 2022

How to donate your air miles to Ukraine

As the war in Ukraine continues, several companies and organizations around the world—including those from the aviation sector—have come up with various ways to help those […]
22 March 2022

EU doubles efforts to curb its dependency on Russian gas

Russia is by far the largest energy supplier to the EU. It exported about 45% of the gas consumed across the bloc in 2021, according to […]
21 March 2022

Svilengrad to become the first Bulgarian zero waste city by 2025

The city of Svilengrad, Bulgaria, has signed the Zero Waste Cities Certification Agreement, becoming the first Bulgarian Zero Waste Candidate City. Led by the city mayor, […]
21 March 2022

Belgium introduces stricter regulations for e-scooters

In a recent meeting between the federal minister of mobility Georges Gilkinet, Brussels minister Elke Van den Brandt, Flemish minister Lydia Peeters and Walloon minister Valérie […]
21 March 2022

IATA welcomes the opening of borders to travel

In a recent press release, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the increasing momentum towards the re-opening of borders and relaxation of travel restrictions, as […]
21 March 2022

Renewable fuels could replace up to 70% of Russian oil imports by 2030, industry says

With oil prices reaching high-levels and driving price commodities over the roof, the industry is suggesting that renewable fuels may be able to replace up to […]
21 March 2022

Belgium postpones its 2025 nuclear power exit

On Friday March 18th, Belgium decided to postpone its nuclear phase-out, originally scheduled for 2025, by an additional ten years. “The federal government has decided to […]
21 March 2022

Covid-19 cases on the rise despite decrease in testing, says WHO

Last Tuesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned nations to remain vigilant against the Covid-19 virus. This statement comes during a global increase of Covid-19 infections, […]
21 March 2022

Countries relying on Russian tourism threatened by the consequences of the war

If the conflict between Ukraine and Russia continues, many destinations will be affected by a reduction in tourist flows. The tourism intelligence platform Mabrian Technologies has […]
21 March 2022

Ryanair accused of raising prices for Ukrainian refugees

Ryanair has come under heavy criticism from Ukraine’s ambassador to Ireland, Larysa Gerasko, who accused the airline of raising fares between Poland and Ireland for Ukrainian […]
18 March 2022

Tourism industry propose several amendments to the new EU Digital Covid Certificate

The European Tourism Manifesto alliance, the voice of the travel and tourism sector in Europe, welcomed the European Commission’s proposal that amends and extends the use […]
17 March 2022

War in Ukraine could worsen the pandemic, WHO says

On March 9th, the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, assured that the Covid-19 pandemic “is far from over”. The alert […]
17 March 2022

40 million Russian expats are being asked to call home. Why?

An initiative launched by a group of Lithuanians, “Call Russia” is encouraging Russian expats to call home and communicate with fellow citizens in an effort to […]
17 March 2022

New Zealand to reopen international tourism from May 1

New Zealand is ready to welcome international tourists after more than two years of isolation to deter the spread of Covid-19. The country’s government announced the […]
17 March 2022

Russia passes new law to fly leased jets, bypassing Western sanctions

Russia issued a new law allowing the country’s airlines to place airplanes leased from foreign companies on the country’s aircraft register. The manoeuvre is a blow […]
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