Covid-19 has sharply increased cases of depression and anxiety around the world

The result in itself is far from a surprise, but it allows us to define and detail the extent of the impact of Covid-19 on the morale of the world population. According to a study published Saturday, October 9, in The Lancet, cases of depression and anxiety increased by more than a quarter worldwide in … Read more

From 8% to 20% in 7 years – Turnover of products with a sustainability label in supermarkets increased sharply in 2020

Dutch consumers more often bought sustainable groceries at the supermarket in corona year 2020. The turnover of food with a sustainability label increased by 21% last year. That of conventional food lagged behind by 7%. This is shown by the Sustainable Food Monitor, which is produced by Wageningen University & Research (WUR) and Statistics Netherlands … Read more

Volleys manager: Corona increased distance to fans

Volleys manager: Corona increased distance to fans Kaweh Niroomand, managing director of BR Volleys, speaks at a press conference. Photo: Andreas Gora / dpa / archive © dpa-infocom GmbH Manager Kaweh Niroomand from German volleyball champion BR Volleys sees the coronavirus pandemic reducing the bond between sports clubs and fans. “You can tell in all … Read more

Business travel set to boom: sector sees increased demand for extended rental stays and space, survey reveals  | Editorial

AltoVita report reveals the state of the flexible rentals market coming out of COVID-19. 90% of industry leaders have invested in new technology over the past year, and over two thirds offering flexible cancellations. 68% of the flexible rental sector is seeing an increased demand for extended stays, and 59% are seeing a demand for … Read more

German license fee increased to fight against “fake news”

The iconic Berlin TV Tower (Fernsehturm), in Berlin on July 22, 2021. STEFANIE LOOS / AFP Months of blocking for 86 cents more. In Germany, the increase in the license fee for public broadcast media was finally validated by the Constitutional Court. From now on, each German household will pay 18.36 euros per month, according … Read more

Pfizer and Moderna Increased Vaccine Prices

With the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many situations in which the Law of Supply and Demand applies. Although today there are several pharmaceutical companies making the vaccine available for COVID-19, there is information that indicates that Pfizer and Moderna have increased the prices of the vaccines. Find out what the rise of each of the … Read more

There are 33 courses with guaranteed employment. Higher education dropout increased

tiagoafpereira / Flickr This year, there are 30 undergraduate degrees and three integrated master’s degrees without recent graduates registered with the Institute of Employment and Vocational Training. According to the Observer, the total number (33) is lower than in 2020 and 2019, when there were 68 and 63 courses, respectively. The numbers are available on … Read more

Increased taxes on fuels, millions of trees planted, the end of gasoline cars. Brussels today unveils package of environmental measures

The European Commission today unveils the ‘Fit for 55’ legislative package after the approval, in April, of the European Climate Law – which enshrines in European legislation the objective of achieving climate neutrality by 2050 and a cut in gas emissions with the effect of greenhouse of at least 55% by 2030. The package of … Read more

Vaccination rate in Portugal increased by almost 70% in one month

The acceleration of the pace of vaccination left Portugal prominently in the world ranking of vaccine doses administered per 100 inhabitants, as revealed by data from Our World in Data. And in recent times, Portugal was even the country in Europe to administer more daily vaccines per 100 inhabitants and the first country in the … Read more