Bruna Faria, Maria I. Faria, Mariana Sousa & Tiago Marques, Portugal, 15-18 years old The first bird ringing took place in the 18th century, in Europe, and its objective was to know […]
Ana B. Costa, Ana C. Martins & Mariana Rebelo, Portugal, 15-18 years old Vila Nova de Famalicão has already established the first steps towards the creation of the future Local Protected Landscape […]
João Fonseca, Portugal, 14 years old The Douro Demarcated Region is suffering climate change’s impacts with serious consequences for the region’s economy. Earth’s termical balance is being compromised due to the acumulation […]
Lara Carolina da Silva Oliveira, Portugal, 12 years old Nurse Lurdes Silva on the front line, gives straight answers to some important questions about COVID – 19 and explains why our personal […]
Diogo & Luís Martins, Portugal – 13 and 16 years old During this period of social confinement, the world stopped, but did we stop to think about the positive aspects and mitigate […]
Luís Martins, Portugal – 13 years old The ‘Jornada Principal, environmental association, promises to intensify the protests against the landfill in Sobrado, in the municipality of Valongo. The movement will spread black […]
On March 11th 2020, the World Health Organisation declared the Coronavirus a pandemic, leading to many changes in our habits. As we were forced to take a series of preventive measures, our lifestyle saw a complete overhaul. Now, we have to learn as a society a new way how to socialize in spite of the anxiety and uncertainty about our future. How does this pandemic affect us socially and individually? Should we stick to our past (wrong) ways of living or do we reinvent ourselves?