"If the bill on Supreme Court is passed, the coffin called rule of law will be shut definitely"
Ex-head, Poland's Constitutional Tribunal
""In the book of life every page has two sides: we human beings fill the upper side with our plans, hopes and wishes, but providence writes on the other side, and what it ordains is seldom our goal." Nizami Ganjavi"
"We laugh with Ariodante, we suffer, we cry with Ariodante."
"You have to become Superman, in the sense that you have to fly, literally."
"My parents got me out of bed in the middle of night to go and watch the landing"
Franck de Winne
Head of the European Astronaut Centre
"Our discovery reveals how small stars can be."
Master's Student, University of Cambridge
"MEPs don’t feel that they are doing anything which their constituents would care about."
Ex-UK parliament administrator
"All of us [...] must make sure that the local people are aware of [...] the partnership with the Chinese and they must benefit from every inch of what the Chinese people are bringing."
Joining forces to save life on earth as we know it. Some 200 nations meeting in Japan have hammered out a 10 year plan setting targets aimed at
A deal to preserve the world’s ecosystems has been agreed at the biodiversity conference in the Japanese city of Nagoya.
Delegates from 200 nations
The European Union’s healthcheck of habitats and species shows that biodiversity across Europe is suffering, but efforts along the Danube river are
Human activity is challenging our oceans´ ecosystems. Overfishing, pollution, coastal degradation and other threats are putting thousands of marine
As BP counts the cost of the devastating US oil spill, Louisiana’s wetlands continue to pay a heavy price.
The clean-up operation could set BP back
According to a poll by Eurobarometer, 83% of Europeans feel that the environmental impact of a product is an important element when buying something
In the Gulf of Aqaba on the Jordanian coast, the tourist industry has boomed. The coastline of Jordan is only 27 kilometers long, and it is crammed
Scientists in Antarctica are noticing life-changes in microscopic creatures, and they are putting it down to global warming. At only one millimetre