What is a dream? We have all experienced it but yet nobody knows why do we really dream each night.For thousands of years humans have seen dreams as mystical or as some type of window into our deeper selves.There are cases in which dreams inspired artists( the famous Rolling Stones… Read More »What is a dream?
Environment and Science
A conversation with Nicolò Sartori The numerous implications of the energy sector and global challenges for renewables energies have been the main topics of the meeting. The added value given to this conversation has been given to the guest’s global perspective on the linkage between international relations and energy. Energy… Read More »New opportunities and Challenges: a new face of energy sector.
During my whole life I’ve never been in a place like Sihanoukville, and I’m not talking about anything positive. We are in Cambodia, surrounded by Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. The city is the one of the most important in here, because of the solid Chinese business invading literally any area.… Read More »TRAVEL BITES: SIHANOUKVILLE AND THE RAISING CHINESE POWER
On the 23rd of October we had the chance to attend a meeting in the Ania headquarters on the topic of Climate Change and the approach that the European Union will take in order to tackle such problem. The Conversation started with Ambassador Aboltina, a very important figure that has… Read More »Green New Deal for Europe and Energy Sector.
On the 20th of September the world has reached a new milestone in the evergoing research for technological improvement. Such achievement is called “Quantum Supremacy”, these 2 words define the event in which a quantum computer has finally been able to calculate something that a regular computer wouldn’t have ever… Read More »Quantum Computers and Quantum Supremacy, when 1s and 0s fuse together
Everyone wants a cleaner environment for their kids, but only a few try their best to guarantee it to them. It’s everyone’s right to live in a cleaner environment, but it’s our duty as well to create the conditions for this cause, through our leading example. This is the thought,… Read More »Clean Up Sundays: The Reawakening of Civil Awareness
It is now more than known : the movement that Greta Thunberg launched in August 2018 by sitting in front of the Swedish Parliament is spreading day by day, embracing already the youth and calling for every age, every social background, everyone. On 20th of September, the young Swedish girl… Read More »Friday for future, a worldwide waking up
We know that the Universe is one of the biggest mysteries of the world and still remains unexplained,but what could possibbly await us in a black hole? The simple answer to all of these questions is, as Professor Richard Massey explains, “Who knows?” As a Royal Society research fellow at… Read More »What is a black hole and where do they lead?
A conversation with Belgium Ambassador Frank Carruet Nowadays, International relations are so difficult to hang. Every country is different and it has multiple needs from a social and economic point of view. In order to maintain peaceful and smart relations with the world, the respect for the country that is located… Read More »The life of an Ambassador
With the increasing awareness of the impact of waste, there comes a desire to take action. It is very clear that most of the areas around us have a “garbage crisis”. The ground near bus stops is decorated with cigarette butts, grass fields full of plastic wrappers and bottles, the… Read More »Clean Up Sundays: Do Your Part
Global warming and climate change seem to have become quite a popular trend of talks lately, between scandals in governments, the many strikes all over the globe and the Greta Thunberg phenomenon. But despite all the talks not much has been achieved yet – let’s just hope that ‘we-are-killing-the-world-with-our-pollution’ theme… Read More »An example of sustainable development – Masdar City
On 10th of January, Professor Giulia Costa, Environmental Quality Control teacher to the Global Governance third-year students, organized a visit to the Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant of Malogrotta. Located in the Galleria Valley, Western Rome, the Malogrotta landfill is the largest municipal solid waste site in Europe surrounded by… Read More »GG goes to the Malagrotta Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant
Have you ever just randomly looked around in your class and observed people writing, taking notes or just using their hands? Well, I know I did it for sure. What I found particularly interesting is to see how someone would use their hands, in what occasion and whether he/she was… Read More »Left-handedness vs. Right-handedness
The peculiar science of happiness reveals that we often misjudge what makes us happy. The secret ingredient of happiness is something far less materialistic or contingent than money or beauty.
500 billion plastic bags used each year 13 million tonnes of plastic leaked into the ocean each year 17 million barrels of oil used on plastic production each year 1 million plastic bottles bought every minute 100,000 marine animals killed by plastics each year 100 years for plastic to degrade… Read More »In a Plastic Battle: Sustainable Alternatives and International Governance
While visiting some primary schools in the villages outside Jordan’s capital, Amman, I found some really interesting remarks by some of the children’s mothers. I was there to record some feedback from the mother’s about the past two weeks they spent with their children at the school, preparing them for… Read More »Intelligence and its types
Learning from Ecuador to Address Global Problems Locally. Buen viviris a broad concept still under elaboration and represents a plurality of theoretical perspectives, practical realisations, and positions from a variety of actors including indigenous groups, social movements, intellectuals, and politicians. In its most general interpretation, it denotes and aims at… Read More »The Post-Paradigmatic Alternative of Buen Vivir.
I once listened to a Ted Talk that made me think for days. The subject of the talk will not be the leading topic of my article. Nevertheless, I find it quite useful to introduce the perilous concept of indifference that we observe in our societies concerning compelling and (more… Read More »The perks of re-discovering our natural essence
A new report from the International Panel on Climate Change called individuals, governments and corporations to take major action in the attempt to combat climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The reports call for “drastic action on the policy scale, the business and industry scale, but also on part… Read More »Shift of Responsibility: The Climate Change Issue