On February 25th, Banco Português de Germoplasma Vegetal delivered 972 samples of corn, beans and wheat to the world ‘seed vault’ in Norway.
Currently, many counties are opting for street disinfection in order to prevent the disease “SARS-CoV-2”. This measure is not mandatory and is causing many discussions and a lot of controversy. According to the Director – General of Health Services (DGS), in relation to disinfection, said that, “There is no scientific evidence that they are effective” and therefore “it is not a measure that is recommended”.
Martina Mifsud, Malta – 23 years old These were the powerful words of Ms. Linda Torkhani, a Tunisian 17-year-old activist who uses theatre play as a platform for her stand about human […]
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To those who may not know me, I’m Kristin, also known as “The Sassy Zoologist” and have been a YRE Alumni for almost 7 years now. The journey has been nothing, but […]
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By Kristin Rodrigo, Canada, 23 years old Earlier this January of 2020, I received the wonderful invitation to attend La Nuit Des Idées in Paris, France, as a representative for the Young […]