29 June 2022
For a few years now, data has become the oil of the fourth industrial revolution, the digital revolution. This explains the enormous interest of both private corporations and public authorities in accessing...
After two years of being seriously affected by the pandemic, this year’s celebration of books and roses will be closer to what it was before coronavirus struck
Lack of water has consequences for the environment. A team from the University of Girona is studying how Mediterranean plants will adapt to future scenarios
The recent rain has brought a respite to the unusual winter drought. However, the threat is a latent one and Catalonia is now in a state of pre-alert that should make us think about how to manage water in the current climate emergency
In most parts of the world, water is a scarce resource and unevenly distributed, while a lot of it is wasted, polluted and unsustainably managed. It has been and still is the source of many disputes, tensions...
One of the authors of a recent report on the health of the coast by the Advisory Council for the Sustainable Development of Catalonia gives his take on how to improve the situation
Barcelona’s Coliseum theatre is hosting La Cubana’s ‘Adeu Arturo’, a show that’s been touring Spain for three years
The English language level among students varies greatly depending on their financial situation and lockdowns have only served to exacerbate the differences
The Catalan coast is overbuilt and densely populated, while the long-term effects of human intervention have altered the dynamics of its beaches. Action is no longer merely advisable, but a necessity
Growing scientific evidence shows how microplastics are harming not only the environment but also human health. A recent study shows how they alter our gut microbiota
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