By Phillips Crook With ever-increasing population, unsustainable growth and expansion of industries, the carbon emissions are on alert of harmful effect on our environment. In the situation, the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released the list of greenest capitals of Europe. The cities are assessed based on eight subcategories including Carbon dioxide emissions, energy, buildings, transportation, water, air, waste/land use and environmental governance.
Photo © Lauren Girardin, used with permission. The last fight with the bulls in Catalonia, the traditional term “Corridor”, will be held today in Barcelona in front of sold out arena. It is expected that about 20,000 spectators come to the Monumental arena to see the last corridor before the ban comes into force last year by the Catalan parliament voted.
link Love, Joy, Respect, Indifference, Cold Hate, Rage, Murder (or Divorce)… Repeat? Navigate the romantic landscape with this humorous collection of photos & observations, and you should not fall down… or at least you’ll fall not often and not “very” fatal. First, the honeymoon puts a veil of willful blindness over our eyes and makes us oblivious to… common sense. But this is how love supposed to be, definitely not [ Read More ]
Source: link Explore them with caution This issue will cover some hair-raising and simply not safe roads and tracks, most accompanied by breathtaking scenery (that is, if you’ll be able to take your eyes off the road).
Source: link Football (or soccer to many), the beautiful game, can become a matter of life & death for some clubs & its supporters. Cultural, as well as regional, differences contribute to the fierceness of these clashes & performances of players in such matches decide whether they will be eternally loved or hated. A mistake or a moment of magic can create history, but can also result in brawls, fights, [ Read More ]
Source: link Video games are getting bigger and bigger every year. With the mass production of “crap-ware” coming out, there are still a few games released that really change how people game. Whether its a serious game, or more casual, these games really made an impact on the video game industry. 10 Everquest This Sony made MMO (massively multiplayer online) was the first of its kind, and really defined how [ Read More ]
Source: link Nadal leads major player protest over safety at rain-hit U.S. Open U.S. Open officials have decided to begin their fourth-round matches despite the courts being still wet, so top tennis players Andy Roddick, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal have joined together to protest. Their fourth round matches Wednesday lasted only fifteen minutes as rain halted play again.The three players met with tournament referee Brian Earley to discuss their [ Read More ]
The village has two phone networks which means having both German and Swiss public phone boxes (swissinfo) by Andreas Keiser, swissinfo.ch They pay their taxes in euros but go shopping with francs – the inhabitants of Büsingen, a German enclave near Schaffhausen, are being doubly hit by the strong franc. This leafy village of 1,400 on the banks of the River Rhine is enjoying a late-summer’s afternoon. A group of day-trippers [ Read More ]
Source: link Author: kim Munich is the capital city of the state of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. It is well known for its culture, architecture and the “Okoberfest” (the annual beer celebration). Getting around is easy because of its modern and efficient public transport system. On all major streets there are bike lanes, so it is safe and easy to travel by bike through the [ Read More ]
Source: link By Lance Winslow Well, I hear it all the time, politicians stand up at the podium and they tell us how we need to do certain things today to ensure a great country tomorrow for our grandchildren. And yet, I would submit to you that it is this younger generation who got on their Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks and used those vehicles to vote into office [ Read More ]
Source: link By Steve Mike Levy A VoIP virtual number is a perfect way for a business to establish a presence in areas out of state while giving customers a way to make contact without having to pay long distance charges. This is done by using VoIP technology which uses packet based switching to route calls over a data network. Today, most businesses use circuit based switching that sends calls [ Read More ]