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Europe banned trawling in deep waters

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TrawlingUnderwater fauna and flora can now breathe. European institutions have finally decided to ban trawling in depths of over 800 meters. This decision is the result of intense negotiations that lasted four years. It thus open the way to recovery in European waters. Read more

ReGen Villages: The village of the future in Amsterdam

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A local community capable of producing its own food and its own energy? Many of us dream about it. For some, this dream will become a reality in a new neighbourhood built in the suburbs of Amsterdam. Let’s discover ReGenVillages. (Article extracted from, June 5, 2016) Read more

Vertical Forest: a sustainable residential building in Milan

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Growing beeches, oaks, olive trees, apples, cherries and Turkish hazelnuts on buildings: this is the successful bet of Italian architect Stefano Boeri. The development of such Bosco verticale (Vertical Forest) creates a network of environmental corridors and increases greenspaces in the city of Milan. Read more

Biodegradable and edible beer casings save marine life

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The Saltwater Brewery in Florida, United States, decided to say no to marine pollution. It is replacing its plastic rings for six-pack of beer into biodegradable and edible ones. These new casings have been especially designed to help protect wildlife and environment and prevent marine animals from choking on plastic debris. Read more

Copenhagen: towards a zero-carbon future

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Copenhagen is collecting trophies in the field of sustainable development and renewable energy. The Danish capital aims at being the first city in the world to be carbon neutral by 2025. Read more

Sadiq Khan wants to be the greenest mayor London’s ever had

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The new mayor of London is not in the lace on environmental issues and renewable energy since his election. Sadiq Khan promises that the capital of Great Britain will be greener by 2050. It’s a tall order. Read more

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