Andrea Nyilas

Andrea Nyilas is a Life Cycle Assessment and Sustainability Consultant and a Sustainability and Environmental journalist. She holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Central European University, in addition to a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest. She is particularly interested in circular economy, natural resource management, and waste reduction.

In the bustling streets of Barcelona, the echoes of vibrant conversations mix with the tantalizing aromas of paella wafting from nearby restaurants. The energy is palpable as tourists and locals embrace the Spanish way of life. Spain, often dubbed the

Nanoparticles: The microscopic world of plastic contamination has brought about a new concern again. A recent study reveals that billions of nanometer-wide particles can be released from plastic containers into the food they hold, particularly when subjected to the heat

Environmental impacts: In the Earth's interconnected systems, the role of irrigation is minor compared to sprawling oceans and towering mountains. Yet, as a recent analysis showed us in Nature Reviews Earth and Environment, the impact of irrigation goes far beyond its immediate

To help people gain a scientific understanding of climate challenges and their potential solutions, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) has recently 2023 unveiled the Climate Solutions Explorer. This innovative digital platform offers an overarching view of essential

VPN: In an increasingly interconnected world, where our personal data is constantly at risk of being compromised, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have emerged as basic and essential tools to safeguard our online privacy. In Europe, where data protection regulations are stringent and

A recent groundbreaking study has uncovered evidence of a verdant, ice-free Greenland some 416,000 years ago, during a period of moderate warming. This finding challenges the prevailing view that the Greenland ice sheet has endured for millions of years, shedding light on

In the ever-evolving landscape of health technology, fitness trackers have truly transformed how we monitor our physical well-being. From counting our steps to monitoring heart rates, these gadgets have spurred many to strive for their cardio goals with renewed vigour.

In the not-so-distant past, a vast portion of Greenland, now covered by a two-mile-thick ice sheet, was a lush and ice-free tundra landscape, possibly adorned with trees and roaming woolly mammoths. A study published in Science has shed light on this fascinating discovery,

In a transformative era of urban planning, where cities are increasingly focusing on the needs of their residents and striving to reduce carbon emissions, the '15-minute city' concept has emerged as a beacon of hope for a more sustainable and