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

Day #4 | “We’ve had enough!”

Journal: 84th International Green Week | Berlin On Saturday (19.1.19) afternoon, farmers, representatives and consumers got together for an organised and peaceful protest against industrialised agriculture. Such protests have taken place yearly since 2011, happen in parallel with the Berlin International Green Week and attract up to 30,000 people. The name of the protest, "We've had … Continue reading Day #4 | “We’ve had enough!”

Reactions to “overexposure of pesticides” article on ToM

  Here are my reactions to today's article about pesticide exposure on ToM: 13 treated for overexposure to pesticides in 5 years 1. Cases of exposure do not specify whether origin of exposure happened on a farm (farmers are the first users of pesticides during application, or a citizen who felt ill after exposure to … Continue reading Reactions to “overexposure of pesticides” article on ToM

Żaqqna ma’ għandiex tkun skip!

Għadni kemm qrajt artiklu fuq il-famus festin tal-iskejjel li nfaħna daqs bużżieqa! Mingħajr ma noqgħodu ndaħħlu politika partiġjana anka fil-kwistjoni tal-ikel li nagħtu t-tfal, naħseb wasal iż-żmien li nibdew nieħdu l-ikel bis-serjeta ġo dal-pajjiż għax waqajna fil-baxx. Sirna naċċettaw dak li għandu jitqies bħala imbarazz...l-inglizi jgħidu "not fit for consumption". Għaliex le, għandna nħabblu naqra … Continue reading Żaqqna ma’ għandiex tkun skip!