Prime Minister António Costa told the nation on Thursday that we’re proceeding as planned with coming out of the COVID confinement — which means on Monday you can have a meal at a restaurant with your friends, while your kids in 9th grade or younger go back to school finally.
Câmara de Lisboa will plant around 120,000 trees and 116,000 shrubs in 2022 and 2023, as part of the effort to combat the increasing urban heat. The trees will include
In several European cities, activists turn to advertising to kick it to the oil and gas industry — and here in Portugal, the industry is kicking back.
Maria João has lived in Lisbon all her life and is currently facing an eviction notice. With no viable housing alternative in sight she’s afraid of ending up on the street.
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