This eleventh episode is entirely dedicated to sustainability and the “zero waste” or “low waste” movement. Everything we do, everything we consume, has an impact on the environment and natural resources. And just because we don’t see it, it doesn’t mean that it’s not there.
Our diet has radically changed in the last 100 years and the food industry is an active part of this process. We have lost sight of the concept of eating well, but above all, we no longer wonder “Where does our food come from?” That’s what modern industry does: it makes you see the world […]
It is with great pleasure that we announce that the edition n.33 of our magazine, Balkan Beats, is finally out! BEING IS BECOMING Heraclitus “There is nothing permanent except change” This Heraclitus quote perfectly encompasses our approach to the topic of this edition of Balkan Beats. There is nothing normal, consistent or sure about our […]
Thessaloniki is a lively, bustling city. Its centuries of history created a great crossroad of cultures and identities. Nowadays it is mainly the students of its universities who keep its spark alive, especially when it comes to the nightlife. Unfortunately, all of this comes with a price. A simple walk through the streets of the […]
Coronavirus, environmental damage and climate change are three of the most dramatic challenges facing the world today. All of us are already feeling the effects of them. In our part of the world, the changes may be particularly dramatic and worrying. In Greece, during the coronavirus outbreak, the parliament surreptitiously approved, on the 5th of […]
Do you ever feel worried about the environment? Or would you like to live a more sustainable life? Are you wondering what kind of music has been made about these topics? Then this is the episode for you! In this episode of Music Odyssey, Filip, Sacha and Arianna discuss important environmental questions that artists are recently addressing more and more often. They also try to find solutions of what we can do to improve the way humans are treating the planet.
Thessaloniki is the second biggest city of Greece. It’s an important business, political and industrial center. Near the city, people enjoy hot weather, beaches and Freddo espresso. But despite Greek beauty, the question of recycling and street’s pollution subsists.
Each year, we celebrate the ocean, its importance in our life, and the ways of protecting it. The Ocean Project has promoted and coordinated World Oceans Day globally since 2002 with a team based in the US and volunteers from all around the world. Participating in a World Oceans Day event or activity is significant for us to make sure that our ocean would stay healthy for future generations.
Water is a vital part of life and it deserves to be used properly by every single living being on the planet. Every year on the 22nd of March, World Water Day is celebrated all around the world to create awareness about the importance of water. This year, this date has extra significance, since it is its 25th anniversary.