We support and boost reconciliation policies to help you make the most of your spare time. We are convinced that family, sports, hobbies and trips are necessary to help us being productive during our working periods. Here you can find a list of activities that will help you relax and recover to get back to work to the fullest.
Doing sport is one of people's main resolutions every beginning of the year. However, do you know, for example, how much pollution a Marathon creates? And a major sporting event like the football world cup? Some sports activities can also damage the environment and you should know about this to keep their effects to a minimum. Bet on sustainable sport!
Nothing defines a country and makes it unique like its culture. Seeing its art, experiencing its traditions, trying its cuisine and strolling through its history are without doubt the best guides to discovering a country. And that, precisely, is what cultural tourism is all about. Fancy a trip to cities like Amsterdam, London, Paris or Barcelona?
Plogging is a new sustainable initiative invented in Sweden which combines sports like jogging with caring for the environment. The more than 20,000 people who do it each day — in over 100 different countries — pick up rubbish that they find on the ground when they go out running. Fancy a go?
We enter the mind of high performance athletes to discover the secret of their strength and what makes them different from the rest. How can they achieve a top performance in the hardest moments?
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) asserts that urban vegetable gardens can be much more ecological and efficient than traditional ones, producing as much as 20 kg of food per year per square metre. We explain to you what this domestic horticulture involves and how to set up a vegetable garden at home.