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Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated 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.

25 February 2022

France installs ‘sound radars’ on streets to tackle noise pollution

Living in a big city anywhere around the world comes with a few compromises, among which is the sound of the never-ending traffic. In an attempt […]
25 February 2022

SpaceX to split stock shares in a bid to attract more investors

This is the first time SpaceX has performed a stock split. The value of its common stock will be split 10-for-1 as the total value of […]
24 February 2022

EU countries agree to lift travel restrictions for vaccinated non-Europeans from 1 March

In an updated recommendation on the temporary restriction of non-essential travel to the EU, adopted on 22 February, the European Council asks Member States to allow […]
24 February 2022

Why are airlines concerned with 5G deployment?

American Airlines, Delta, Southwest, United and air shipping carriers like UPS and FedEx asked the US administration to seek a delay for the 5G deployment over […]
24 February 2022

Scientists predict an alarming new record decline in Antarctica’s sea ice cover in 2022

The sea ice extent is one of the key components of the polar climate system. As global warming is changing the landscape of the Arctic, scientists […]
23 February 2022

Japan’s first hydrogen train to start test run

The East Japan Railway Company (JR East) will start testing Japan’s first hydrogen-fuelled train next month, in a step towards the country’s goal of reaching net […]
23 February 2022

New high-speed train connects Genoa and Naples

Italy is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, if not the entire world. It is blessed with such a variety of scenery, […]
23 February 2022

Elon Musk’s Starship fully reusable rocket to revolutionise space travel

Built from shiny stainless-steel, with its nostril embellished with fins and ten metres taller than the giant Saturn V rocket, Elon Musk’s Starship rocket seems to […]
23 February 2022

European Parliament calls on quick expansion of offshore renewables to meet EU climate targets

MEPs in the European Parliament urged the European Union (EU) to deploy offshore wind more quickly as they noted that the cost of such energy source […]
23 February 2022

US restrictions and Covid-19 are killing the rebirth of Cuba’s tourism industry

Cuba is struggling to see the rebirth of its tourism industry after months of Covid-19-induced measures that prevented tourists from entering the country. On top of […]
23 February 2022

Brussels Airlines to hire 180 cabin crew members and 108 airport services staff

After almost two years of crisis, the economy is picking up again and Brussels Airlines sees increasing booking numbers towards the summer, showing that the demand […]
23 February 2022

Spain and Portugal facing water shortages for several weeks

For almost two months, rain has been a rare incident in Spain and Portugal. Although the Iberian Peninsula has historically experienced periods of drought, this year […]
22 February 2022

Paris bans non-essential traffic through city centre from 2024

Paris has been fighting to reduce the number of cars on its streets for some time now and, on 17 February, Deputy Mayor Emmanuel Grégoire and […]
22 February 2022

Brussels to reduce number of cars in the city center from August

On Thursday February 17th, the City of Brussels (Ville de Bruxelles) announced plans to reduce traffic in the city center from August 16th. The plan, which […]
22 February 2022

Responsible Tourism requires more than Philanthropy

An opportunity to make a real difference for young women in The Gambia. Whether you have been on holiday in The Gambia or not there is […]
22 February 2022

Sunlight is a powerful weapon to clean up oil spills in the ocean

Sunlight is a fundamental aspect for life to thrive in our planet. But it looks like the magnificent rays from the sun can also be a […]
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