MEPs defend new competences for EU in health or defense

MEPs defend new competences for EU in health or defense

O The text, entitled “Europe and Portugal 2030”, is signed by the six PSD MEPs: Paulo Rangel, Lídia Pereira, José Manuel Fernandes, Maria da Graça Carvalho, Álvaro Amaro and Cláudia Monteiro de Aguiar. The sectoral motion begins by defending that “the PSD has been the essential, permanent and unconditional foundation of the Portuguese option for … Read more

Santo André presents exhibition ‘Traces: Painting as art’ – 06/23/2022

Santo André presents exhibition 'Traces: Painting as art' - 06/23/2022

With the reopening of the Sabina Escola Parque do Conhecimento to the public, the Permanent Space of the Contemporary Art Collection of Santo André, located on the ground floor of the place, also has a new exhibition. Thus, those who visit Sabina will also have the opportunity to check out the exhibition ‘Traces: Painting as … Read more

Conference. Financial institutions have realized the economic value of the sea

Conference.  Financial institutions have realized the economic value of the sea

“UA very critical thing in everything that is climate and environmental action is financing” and “international financial institutions and multilateral development banks will be here at the highest level”, revealed Alexandre Leitão in an interview with the Lusa agency about the event that will take place in Lisbon, from the 27th of June to the … Read more

Climate crises in a neoliberal order – Observatory of Contemporary Economics

Fonte: Vinícius Mendonça/Ibama via Fotos Públicas

The biggest challenge humanity will face in this century is without a doubt the climate crisis. Disaster is almost inevitable. Anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have already increased global temperatures by at least 1°C since the industrial revolution, and current trends suggest they could rise – in an extreme case – by up to 6°C … Read more

Angola grows again after five years of recession | Angola

Angola grows again after five years of recession |  Angola

After a five-year cycle of recession, the Angolan economy managed to return to growth last year, a period in which GDP rose 0.7%, according to preliminary data from Angola’s National Statistics Institute (INE). If this figure is confirmed, it is above the 0.1% growth estimated by the IMF in December, but is still lower than … Read more

(Surprising) health benefits of glass packaging

(Surprising) health benefits of glass packaging

ÇWith numerous qualities, namely the fact that it is chemically inert, glass is the ideal packaging material to preserve and protect different foods or beverages. In a statement, on the occasion of World Health Day, which is celebrated this Thursday, April 7, Friends of Glass, a European consumer forum that promotes the choice of products … Read more

Health, safety and well-being at work is essential, says Marta Temido

Health, safety and well-being at work is essential, says Marta Temido

“THEWe believe that this is a worthwhile public investment, it is an investment with a guaranteed return, and we will continue to promote in our actions occupational health, decent work, and the protection and promotion of the health of all workers in general, and in the public administration in particular”, he said. The minister was … Read more

IMF program for Angola is a “sign of hope” for Portuguese companies

IMF program for Angola is a "sign of hope" for Portuguese companies

“THEAngola negotiated a financial aid pact with the IMF, which it complied to the letter, completely, in such a way that they are pre-negotiating a second package, and I say pre-negotiating because as there are elections in August, until then the effort of the Angolan executive it is not a financial package that will force … Read more

Afreximbank gives 4 billion against the impacts of war in Africa

Afreximbank gives 4 billion against the impacts of war in Africa

“The crisis between Russia and Ukraine, which escalated on February 24, had a significant effect on the global economy; given the importance of the two countries as sources of oil and gas, raw materials and grain, the outbreak of the conflict has repercussions. widespread on a global scale, including an adverse impact on African economies, … Read more

Health literacy saves lives! A healthy planet leads to healthy people

Health literacy saves lives!  A healthy planet leads to healthy people

O World Health Day, April 7, was chosen in 1948 by the World Health Organization (WHO) because, on that date, the first assembly of this organization was held. The celebrations began in 1950 and every year a theme is chosen, developing activities that lead to the promotion of the health of the populations. The motto … Read more