While people in many parts of the world despair at the price of city centre property, in the Italian city of Taranto, apartments are going for the bargain price of just one euro ($1.20).
You wouldn’t know it, but tucked away in the corner of an industrial estate just outside of Belfast, Northern Ireland, is one of the sailing industry’s most state-of-the-art operations.
In the city of Taranto in the south of Italy, whether or not to let a street artist loose on the side of your home has now become an avid discussion among locals. The street art project T.R.U.St., Taranto Regeneration Urban Street, aims to transform Taranto into an open-air art museum and bring art to the people – quite literally to the sides of their homes.
Taranto, and other parts of the southern region, has long suffered from brain drain. But can the renovation wave that is currently sailing through Italy help reverse this trend and breathe new life into this once charming city?
There is a lot of discussion about reducing air travel and playing our part in the battle against climate change. But did you know that aviation accounts for a mere 2.5 percent of global CO2 emissions ?
Whilst climate change is becoming apparent across the globe, island nations like Bermuda are especially vulnerable to the effects of rising temperatures.