Investigating characteristics and trends of young farmers in Malta – work in progress

In 2018, I have enrolled for a Masters degree at the University of Malta and since then have been working on a research study about young farmers. Due to my involvement in the local agriculture sector, carrying out research about a topic in this area was a natural choice. Moreover, the issue about lack of … Continue reading Investigating characteristics and trends of young farmers in Malta – work in progress

New Polish Commissioner in charge of European Agriculture

President-elect Ursula von der Leyen presented her team and the new structure of the next European Commission. The new Commission will reflect the priorities and ambitions set out in the Political Guidelines. Janusz Wojciechowski, was a long-serving Member of the European Parliament in the Agriculture Committee, and is currently a Member of the European Court of Auditors. … Continue reading New Polish Commissioner in charge of European Agriculture

Intervent favur il-bdiewa u r-raħħala

(Scroll down for English version) Il-protesta paċifika li seħħet lum, organizzata mil-Moviment Graffiti flimkien ma kważi 70 organiżazzjoni oħra, seħħet ġewwa l-belt Valletta, u attendew għaliha 'il fuq minn 3000 persuna, kemm Maltin u kif ukoll barranin. Dan kien l-intervent tiegħi f'isem il-Fondazjoni MaYA (Malta Youth in Agriculture): Naħseb kull minn qiegħed hawn, qiegħed hawn għax … Continue reading Intervent favur il-bdiewa u r-raħħala

Urban green; the refreshing theme

Just this afternoon I was watching RAI3 TV show Kilimangaro featuring Stefano Boeri, a renowned Italian architect. Boeri is the mastermind behind the wave of modern green buildings scattered around the globe. Chicago, Milan, Cairo, Mumbai, Beijing and Jakarta are just some of the countries where such buildings were erected. The need for improved urban areas is finally … Continue reading Urban green; the refreshing theme