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Dana is a graduate 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.

30 September 2022

North of Portugal know-how on marine litter and waste management showcased in Brussels

LIPOR is the Intermunicipal Waste Management Service of Greater Porto. Over their 40 years of existence, they turned a landfill into a waste management facility, started […]
30 September 2022

President Biden announces new rule requiring airlines to disclose hidden fees

On 26 September, President of the United States Joe Biden announced the release of a new proposed rule that would significantly strengthen protections for consumers by […]
30 September 2022

Canada to lift all Covid-19 travel restrictions from 1 October

On September 26th, the Government of Canada announced the removal of all Covid-19 entry restrictions, as well as testing, quarantine, and isolation requirements for anyone entering […]
29 September 2022

Russia says goodbye to Airbus and Boeing

Russia has announced that it want to produce 1,000 passenger aircraft by 2030 using locally made parts, state technology company Rostec told Reuters on Wednesday September […]
29 September 2022

Activists hijack over 500 billboards to highlight aviation’s impact on the environment

On 22 September, over 500 corporate advertising spaces across Europe were “hijacked” by members of the activist group Brandalism. The group, formed by anonymous artists, covered […]
29 September 2022

Brussels rolls out first green hydrogen-powered taxi

The Brussels-based company Taxi Verts has launched their first hydrogen car into service for the Belgian capital. The vehicle is being tested with the help of […]
29 September 2022

Hospitality industry asks Council to regulate energy prices so businesses can remain open

Hotrec, the European Association of Hotels, Restaurants and Cafés in Europe, calls for Energy Ministers in the European Council to cut down the energy prices and […]
29 September 2022

The world’s largest geothermal lagoon set to be built in Canada

A Canadian company plans to build the world’s largest geothermal lagoon a few miles outside of Quebec City. The geothermal lagoon would aim for carbon neutrality […]
29 September 2022

The world’s best airline for 2022 has been announced

After two difficult years for the airline industry due to the pandemic, 2022 has seen a recovery in travel in much of the world. The decline […]
28 September 2022

Meet the first champagne bottle designed for space travel

The Reims, France-based company has decided to send its famous bubbles, which symbolises celebration and the art of living, into space. 1. Mumm Cordon Rouge Stellar […]
28 September 2022

Patrick Mercier-Handisyde: “Mobility needs to be fair, inclusive, affordable and accessible for all”

The current challenges faced by the European transport and mobility industry will be discussed in Lisbon this fall at the the Transport Research Arena (TRA) conference. […]
28 September 2022

IATA to start trial of carbon emission calculator for air cargo with Etihad

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) will be trialling a CO2 emissions calculation tool specifically developed for cargo flights together with Etihad Airways. To effectively manage […]
28 September 2022

The first five-star hotel in Asia to be awarded Ecotel

Responsibility requires people. People to take responsibility and make change happen. People to drive sustainability. We can only achieve sustainability by people stepping up to the […]
28 September 2022

Barbados scraps all Covid-19 related travel restrictions

On Thursday, 22 September, the Government of Barbados announced the country will discontinue all Covid-19 related travel restrictions. Therefore, there will be no testing requirements for […]
27 September 2022

EasyJet reveals roadmap to achieve net-zero by 2050

EasyJet has published its roadmap outlining how it can achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, following the airline’s commitment to the UN-backed Race to Zero last […]
27 September 2022

Did you know that some airlines still use floppy disks?

Floppy disks have not gone completely out of use. An American company called Floppy Disk sells, repairs and recycles them for the aviation industry keeping the […]
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