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October 16th was World Food Day, so it’s the perfect time to bite into the topic. Wasting food is a major global problem. So, are there any ways to solve it? This is a repost of Marnowanie jedzenia – jak rozwiązać ten problem?, originally published by Janusz Mizerny (Facebook, Instagram, Google+) after the European Week… » read more

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That the ongoing conflict in Ukraine is having some seriously detrimental effects on EU-Russia relations is nothing new. But I think we’ve heard enough about this so-called ”new Cold War”. This is a repost of Playing with Russia in the Baltic Sea Sandpit: Challenges and Opportunities, originally published on LinkedIn by Clarissa Hirst (@clarissa_hirst, LinkedIn),… » read more

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As scientists, it can sometimes be difficult to see the real-world implications of some of our research. Concepts can often seem abstract and remote when sitting in a lab or taking field measurements. But researching the Earth sciences can have profound effects on global society. This is a repost of GeoPolicy: 8 science-based projects improving… » read more

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The new urban waste water treatment plant located in the suburbs of Pavlikeni is gradually gearing up and deploying its full potential as time progresses in compliance with technological requirements. This is a repost of Новата пречиствателна станция подобри околната среда в Павликени, България, originally published by Georgi Bachvarov (Facebook), and submitted to the Europe… » read more

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Although the average age of the bus fleet in Polish cities is constantly decreasing, new buses are still fuelled mainly by diesel oil. However, this could be changed easily, as has been demonstrated by cities that have decided to go green and have chosen biogas buses. This is a repost of Biogazowe autobusy to ekologiczne… » read more

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There’s a connection between the latest disaster in Genoa and the EU funds many Regional Administrations (mainly in Southern Italy) have plenty of and fail to spend.   This is a repost of L’alluvione di Genova e i fondi europei non spesi: due selfie di un Paese ingabbiato, originally published in Italian on the sole24ore… » read more

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Posted by Mathew Lowry