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Bianca picture website 2How old are you?

I was born on the last day of the winter, in February 1988. I'm 26.

Where do you live?

I've been living in Transylvania since I was born. I was raised in a small city, in SE of this central region of Romania, called Deva - from the ancient Dacian word "dava", meaning fortress. Since I finished high school, I'm living in one of the most important university cities in Romania called Cluj-Napoca.

Francesco Profile PictureHow old are you?


Where do you live?

Molfetta (Italy)

What do you do?

I study business administration in Padova.

Zara Profile PictureHow old are you?

I am 22 years old.

Where do you live?

I live in the most ancient city in the world: Yerevan.

What do you do?

I finished a part of my studies last year. Now I am a manager of food industry. I had a little break and worked for an insurance company for 6 months. Right now I am preparing to continue my studies and finally to get a master degree.

P1270419How old are you?

On April 27 2014, I celebrated my 26th birthday.

Where do you live?

I live in the east of Hamburg (Germany), only three stations from the Central Station. Nevertheless, it is a rather quiet, green quarter and my appartment has a nice balcony for relaxing and gardening :o)

What do you do?

In March 2015 I will finish my studies (Biology and English for becoming a teacher at secondary / grammar schools) at the University of Hamburg with the „Master of Education" degree.


Besides studying I work at the famous Hamburg zoo "Hagenbecks Tierpark" as an educator (giving guided tours for pupils, families...).

Vasily Bashutkin Profile PictureHow old are you?

My mother gave me life 25 years ago.

Where do you live?

I currently live in Moscow.

What do you do?

I am a PhD student in International Economics and I work for an international real estate consultancy.

Lira Hakani Profile PictureHow old are you?

I was born in 1986, so I am 27 years old.

Where do you live?

I live in Tirana the Capital of Albania.

What do you do?

I have graduated in Biology and now I am working in an Environmental NGO in Tirana.

This summer three big international events will take place in Germany to defend the environment and reclaim alternative energy and agricultural policies:Reclaim-Power

As we all know, there's been an economic meltdown recently. Charities have suffered. Many campaigns have become openly desperate as they compete for available funds. Their campaigning style is brutally honest: children are starving; people are dying; rainforests are being cut down. This is reality and they need our money now. These campaigns include depressing pictures and worrying facts. It's the cold hard truth. People are compassionate and many will donate to these campaigns but they don't want to think about it for the rest of the day. People don't want to feel sad.

Involving young people in protected area management

Connecting youth across Europe is the idea of the EUROPARC International Junior Ranger Programme – a youth environmental education programme that inspires young people con re-connect with nature and learn about the importance of protected areas.

The Junior Ranger Context

Young people are at the heart of the local communities living in and around protected areas. They are also the future advocates, guardians and potential employees of these areas. Our programme aims to provide young people with the opportunity to participate in protected areas with the idea to educate people about nature. At the same time, the programme wants to enhance their understanding about the protection of natural and cultural resources.

The European Commission invites you to be part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2013 (24-28 June 2013)

In the last week of June, the European Commission will put sustainable energy in the spotlights during the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2013 (EUSEW 2013). The Week consists of a conference and an awards ceremony in Brussels while across Europe the local Energy Days will be held. Energy Days are open to anyone who would like to promote sustainable energy. Last year, more than 1.000 events were organised during EUSEW. If you would like to get to know more about the week, please visit the event website.

On 19 September 2012, Gilles-Eric Séralini and his colleagues published a sensational study that, in their opinion, brought to the fore clear indications that genetically modified crops and Roundup are dangerous to health. Media across the world picked up on this report and published disturbing photos of rats with enormous tumors. As we say today, the story "went viral." Let's look to the cause now, with a few months distance and maybe with a new perspective.

Annike Abromeit from Germany was awarded a first YEE scholarship in the International Energy Management Program at Karlshochschule International University in September 2012. We concider her a very committed scholar. After this successful experience, YEE and Karlshochschule decided to offer the scholarship for the International Energy Management Program in the 2012/2013 winter semester for the second time.