Must-Visit Destinations in Central Europ

Green Prophet

Boasting its Baroque embellishments and imperial palaces is the capital of Austria – Vienna. Hungary. Hungary shares its borders with seven different countries, thus providing the unique opportunity to experience the fusion of these cultures. Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is believed to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Set between the blue Baltic Sea and the alluring Alps is is one of Europe’s most populous regions.

Must-Visit Destinations in Central Europe

Green Prophet

Boasting its Baroque embellishments and imperial palaces is the capital of Austria – Vienna. Hungary. Hungary shares its borders with seven different countries, thus providing the unique opportunity to experience the fusion of these cultures. Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is believed to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Set between the blue Baltic Sea and the alluring Alps is is one of Europe’s most populous regions.

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Philanthropy is a scam

Green (Living) Review

We can see time and again in the case of George Soros and his “foundations” and NGOs supported by the OSI when it comes to projects for Roma in Eastern Europe (none in the West need to apply) which he uses to gain access to and political power in those countries, such as Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, etc.

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My Nemesis Birds to Be

10,000 Birds

Black Woodpecker – This is a bird that has eluded me on two trips to Germany – both of which included exploring forests where they were supposed to be present – and a trip to a region of Hungary where they are supposed to be common. In Hungary I managed to track down White-backed Woodpecker , allegedly a much more difficult bird to see, but never spotted a Black Woodpecker. “Thus, I give up the binoculars!”

Fascists on the ascent

Green (Living) Review

On Sunday, November 19, 2017, in Ostia, a suburb of the Italian capital Rome, there was an election runoff for the post of mayor and for members of the town council. As a Rom I do not need reminding that the fascist are on the rise as we can see this day in day out in countries such as Hungary, Romani, Bulgaria, etc., by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Everywhere in EU member states (and non-EU countries of Europe) the specter of fascism is seriously rearing its ugly head again.

2017 107

Black Woodpecker: Officially a Nemesis

10,000 Birds

Well, here is what I wrote about the worst woodpecker a couple of years ago : This is a bird that has eluded me on two trips to Germany – both of which included exploring forests where they were supposed to be present – and a trip to a region of Hungary where they are supposed to be common…Whenever I get to Europe again this will be my most-wanted bird. Black Woodpecker is officially a capital-N-Nemesis-capital-B-Bird. I have never before had a true nemesis bird.

2017 100

Butterflies or business - Europe can have both!

Green (Living) Review

These mounting demands on natural capital are exerting increased pressure to ecosystems, economies and social cohesion in Europe and elsewhere. Dedicated management of natural capital can help deal with these challenges.

2010 151

Is Using Waste Water For Farming A Dangerous Practice?

Eco Friendly Daily

The data released by the institute estimates that nearly 200 million farmers rely on recycled water to sow 20 million hectares, an area ostensibly twice the size of Hungary. Here’s some food for thought – An estimated 200,000 residents in Accra, the capital of Ghana, have food on the table thanks mostly to waste water. Is it bad…or is it good?

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REVOLUTION IN A BOTTLE – Book Review

Green (Living) Review

As a child of middle-class immigrants, refugees to be precise, from Hungary to Canada,he gave up the security of an Ivy League education to sell worm poop in reused soda bottles.

Activists to target Danish Ministry of Defense to highlight fate of climate refugees

Green (Living) Review

Lars says: “Rather than dealing with the problem, governments around the world are instead employing increasing levels of division through heightened border control, whilst failing to confront the root cause – capitalism – and then further militarizing the globe by selling arms to anyone with the money to buy them.” by Michael Smith (Veshengro) As part of the range of actions during the UN COP15 Climate Summit in Copenhagen, activists have designated December 14 the “No Borders!

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What If We Built Our Cities Around Places?

The Green Changemakers

The Great Cities Initiative capitalizes on this phenomenon, expanding our Placemaking techniques into a comprehensive yet flexible process cities can use to improve themselves, place by place, neighborhood by neighborhood.

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