From unemployed to brew master
A training opportunity brought János to the job market when he returned to his home country, Hungary, after 10 years abroad.
“Now I know for sure that environmental protection is my thing”
Angelika Ambrus from Hungary is about to finish her secondary school and has been actively pondering about where to continue her study path. Getting possibilities to participate in responsible actions with other youth has helped her in setting new dreams for her future.
“This job gave new meaning to my life”
Anita Hmelnicka is a pensioner from Zalenieki, Latvia. A traffic accident changed her life and finding work became a challenge for years. Finally she found her way to Zaļenieki Activity Center and things took a new course.
“As an artist, I turned my life into a work of art”
Arthur–Cristian Rusznák was a young, unemployed artist with a lot of talent and a lot of questions about how he could make a difference in the world. An art project with disadvantaged children in Banloc, Romania, opened his eyes to see a different future ahead of him.
Closing the loop through cooperation
In the natural world everything is made of the same components: proteins, sugars, fats, and minerals. These nutrients are rearranged in multiple ways to create the variety and richness we see on Earth. So, nothing
Using tech to prevent natural catastrophes
Who would have thought the Balkans and the Indian Ocean have at least one thing in common? In those two regions, researchers are using technology and digital systems to help fight natural catastrophes induced by climate change.
The road ahead for electromobility
In the Adriatic-Ionian region, urban and suburban areas are suffering from heavy traffic congestion and a very high percentage of CO2 emissions due to weak urban planning and transport systems. People living in these areas are subject to various negative impacts on their daily lives.
Cross-border cooperation when floods cross borders
In April 2006, a devastating spring flood occurred in the Danube River Basin. In Dolj County of Romania on the border with Bulgaria, a dam collapsed due to the rising waters of the Danube, causing widespread damage with hundreds of households destroyed.