Month: April 2019

Managing waste in Milan

In Milan, almost 60 percent of the waste is differentiated for recycling. That makes the city one of the frontrunners in Europe, but there’s still some way to go with 800,000 visitors coming every year.  Plastic pollution and waste management […]

The science of miracles

Dr. Edoardo Linoli said he hold real cardiac tissue in his hands, when he analysed the relics of the Eucharistic miracle of Lanciano, Italy. The phenomenon of Lanciono dates back to the eighth century. A monk, who had doubts about the […]

Building over burned bridges

Tumbleweeds Across Belfast city hall lies Donegall Place. Wandering window shoppers fill the wide avenue on a sunny Saturday afternoon. With no licence required, numerous buskers compete for the attention of passers-by in the streets. It is a vibrant scene. […]

Obrenovac resurrects from the water

The flood of 2014, which passed through multiple southeast European countries, was the worst one since records began 120 years. It severely affected nineteen places throughout Serbia. According to Dusko Krstic, who lives in Obrenovac, 95% of his city was […]

Feeding the soul

If there’s something that unites Italian families, it’s food. Nothing like a good feast to bring all your loved ones together. Easter, which is just around the corner, is the perfect excuse to sit around the table and enjoy the […]