This week’s COP-21 climate summit in Paris is history in the making; leaders from over 190 countries meet to set out a plan to tackle the climate challenges which face our developing world. Records have already been broken in over 10 countries, record marches in the UK and Australia; 22,000 pairs of shoes, including the Pope Francis’ and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in place of a 400,000 strong march in France - the world’s attention is firmly set on Paris. I ask what shape will progress take?
European stereotypes in the old times..
Christianity and Islam
Capturing art and innocence
Interview with Professor Peter Rodrigues
The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
In Europe about $136 billion per year were spent on security. But the numbers will grow undoubtedly as the amount of threats is also escalating.
An infographic with the points in wich the Horizon 2020 is focus in this field
The European Union Policy on Energy
European Unity is Under Strain
New negotiations create new opportunities and challenges.
You cannot fight terror with terror.
The concept and principal information about a very serious problem in our seas
Passenger Traffic in 2014
The attacks on Paris of November 13th will have extremely long-lasting effects on Europe, and could be a turning point in the war against ISIS (very much depending on developments that take place over the next few days).
Russian warplanes are violating the NATO airspace for months
Make it cheaper to go green
EU's Main Challenges
An ilustration of the most important points in with EU is focused in the development field
Short Interview to the Grand Master of Grand Orient of Italy Stefano Bisi
The 10th of November marks a historical day for Portugal
Terrorism is still one of the biggest issues of the modern society