Is it possible for clean, sustainable energy to drive sustainable economic growth for countries around the world? There is no doubt that a growing number of nations are switching their attentions to the renewable energies sector in a bid to futureproof their economies. In recent generations, the world has depended […]
Just like Albert Einstein, physicist Stephen Hawking also felt a strong passion for music and for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Rachel Pereda Puñales During an interview in 1992, the recently deceased scientist expressed that, “Mozart has always been one of my favourites”, and confessed that the Requiem Mass by […]
Cities across the region produce almost 540,000 tonnes of rubbish a day, 145,000 tonnes of which is not disposed of in the correct manner. By 2050 the daily figure for solid waste in urban areas could rise to 670,000 tonnes, a good deal of which would not be disposed of and treated properly if things carry on as they are.
This year’s hurricane season has already ended, but it will remain on record as one of the most active in history in terms of meteorological phenomena. Nicholas Valdes Since the beginning of the hurricane season, which officially begins on June 1 and ends on November 30, various experts […]
Starting from the River Thames and heading to the South Pacific islands, a group of activists will set sail to protect the environment. They will leave from Chelsea Harbour on 25 December. Juanjo Andrés Cuervo For years we have been talking about global warming, but the measures taken […]