Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

18 August 2022

Over the past 60 years, the global forest area per capita has declined by 60%

Our planet is wonderful but it’s also rapidly changing. As a human species, we are responsible for a lot of those changes and certainly not always […]
18 August 2022

Global warming melts Swiss mountain pass unseen since Roman times

In Switzerland, between the Scex Rouge and Tsanfleuron mountains, the Col de Tsanfleuron pass has been covered by ice for over 2,000 years. Just in 2012 […]
18 August 2022

Drought unveils Ancient Welsh village from the XIX century

The water level in the village’s reservoir is so low that old Llanwddyn has reemerged, revealing the foundations of lost buildings, a bridge and dry-stone walls. […]
18 August 2022

China’s domestic tourism is on the rise, says Fitch Ratings

Fitch Ratings has reported that domestic tourism in China is on the rise after a period of low activity due to the nation’s strict lockdowns. The […]
18 August 2022

Sardinia is paying people 15,000€ to relocate there

Moving abroad is a thing. Quite often, you have to start all over again, learn a new language and go through quite a rough start to […]
18 August 2022

Ryanair begins fight against Hungary over new tax

Hungary has fined Irish airline Ryanair more than 750,000 euros for violating consumer protection rules after the Irish airline increased fares to offset an “excess profits” […]
18 August 2022

This Dutch town is using bubbles to trap plastic pollution from rivers before they reach the ocean

The Dutch town of Katwijk is using bubbles to trap plastic trash in rivers with creative and innovative technique. Air is pumped through a perforated tube […]
17 August 2022

€9 rail pass a success as train travel in Germany increases by 46%

Short-distance train travel in Germany has significantly increased since June, data from Germany’s federal statistical office Destatis has shown. Compared to the first quarter of the […]
17 August 2022

Where does the EU energy come from?

The energy available in the European Union (EU) comes from energy produced in the EU and from energy imported from third countries. 1. Energy mix According […]
17 August 2022

Germany does not support an EU-wide travel ban for Russian citizens

Following president Zelensky’s call on western countries to completely stop Russian citizens, in the hopes that keeping them isolated in the country will influence Putin’s decision […]
17 August 2022

Finland will reduce Russian visas by 90%

Since president Zelensky asked western countries to completely ban Russian citizens, a discussion has been started. The eastern Members of the European Union have joined his […]
17 August 2022

South America’s first digital nomad village to open in Brazil

Being a digital nomad became a lot more popular during the pandemic and with work arrangements becoming more flexible, people are choosing more and more to […]
17 August 2022

London Heathrow extends cap of 100,000 passengers until 29 October

Heathrow has confirmed it will extend the existing limits on the airport’s capacity through to 29 October, the end of the summer season. This will provide […]
17 August 2022

Inflation and recession risk put corporate travel at greater risk than Covid

New data from a survey conducted by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) suggests that inflation and risks of recession will have an impact on corporate […]
17 August 2022

British Airways staff obtain 13% pay rise to help combat spike in cost of living

British Airways staff will receive a pay rise worth as much as 13% after significant job cuts brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. The deal was […]
16 August 2022

Rethinking urban landscapes with vertical and horizontal mobility

The concept of Vertical Urban Mobility is being discussed as a potential solution to address overpopulated areas. 1. Vertical Urban Mobility Future cities could look far […]
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