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Why We Should Try Saving the Dying Languages of the World

8 November, 2019
Currently, there are around 6,500 spoken languages in the world. However, in the past century, our global cultural heritage has been deprived of about 400 languages. Every three months a language dies and experts estimate that, by the end of…

How To Make a Green Oasis Out of Your Balcony at Home

6 November, 2019
Living in the city does not necessarily mean having to give up direct contact with nature. All you need is a terrace, a small garden or even just a small balcony to recreate a biodiversity paradise. Here are some tips…

US and China Trade War: What Exactly Is It All About?

6 November, 2019
There has been much talk in the past year about the US and China trade war and its influence on the global economy. The two largest economies of the world have been involved in an economic conflict. This all started…

3 Good Reasons Why You Should Eat Seasonal Produce

5 November, 2019
We can change the world one meal at a time by carefully choosing what to eat. For instance, eating seasonal vegetables every day can have a big impact on what we have around us. To better understand this, we will…

Four Women Who Changed the Course of Arts History

4 November, 2019
In the beginning it was Artemisia Gentileschi, an Italian painter of the Caravaggio school who lived during the first half of the 17th century, who opened the way to the new ideology that not only men could become artists. Evolving…

From Farm to Fork – Tips to Go Local When Grocery Shopping

3 November, 2019
Going from farm to fork when grocery shopping is an excellent solution to save money while getting quality produce. However, if you want to avoid disappointment, you should take into account several factors when purchasing fresh products. From Farm to…

November: The Three Best Green Initiatives of the Month

2 November, 2019
The month of November means we all can start having a festive mindset. While we plan our Thanksgiving, Christmas is just around the corner. As a result, it is the perfect time to start thinking about and even purchasing Christmas…

Parents in China Prefer Home-school to Public Education

1 November, 2019
One of the greatest tools for a nation's propaganda is the education system. Influencing the youth’s perception of the world and its way of thinking is the surest way to invest in future consent and fervor. The Chinese government, for…

Oppression in Xinjiang: China’s War on Uighur Culture

31 October, 2019
The Uighurs are a Turkic-language ethnic group that has always lived in the territory of Central and East Asia. Their cultural identity is closely linked with the Muslim religion: by the 16th century, this population was fully Islamized. They are…

What Is Green Building? Saving Energy with Eco-Friendly Construction

31 October, 2019
Green building is also known as sustainable architecture. This type of building includes ecology and sustainable development, with design methods aimed at reducing environmental impact. The focus on sustainability applies both to the construction phase and during the life of…

Green Fashion Is Now a Reality – And the World Needs It

30 October, 2019
Green fashion has been evolving for some time now. Every year, designers launch special collections, new materials and concrete initiatives. The fashion industry has for years been one of the sectors with the greatest environmental impact - second only to…

The Genoside of Yazidis and the Violence Against Yazidis Women

30 October, 2019
The Yazidis - or Yezidis - are a population historically located in present-day Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Armenia and Georgia. This ethnic group has faced hardship since they were often persecuted for religious reasons. Their monotheistic religion, Yazidism or Sharfadin, is…

Here Is Why You Should Consider Green Roofs on Your Home

30 October, 2019
The installation of green roofs to naturally insulate buildings is an ancient construction technique. In fact, it was already used by the Vikings and in the Nordic countries. Today, the same updated technique is becoming one of the main elements of…

Compulsory Vaccinations in Europe – Current State of Play

29 October, 2019
In total, 15 European countries do not have compulsory vaccinations, while the remaining 14 countries have at least one compulsory vaccination included in their vaccination programme. The United States and Canada - in a way like Germany - have chosen…
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