Next month, a new video will be released about “Green Infrastructure”, a strategically planned network of high-quality green spaces and environmental features. With around 80% of the EU’s population now living in towns or cities, taking care of the green infrastructure that breathes life into urban and rural habitats has never been more important. Achieving thriving biodiversity is vital to addressing numerous challenges, from climate change adaptation to long-term economic stability.
Organ transplantation is sometimes the only effective treatment for patients suffering of serious pathologies. Nonetheless, according to a survey commissioned by the European Commission, the number of organ donors from one country to another varies from 2 to 35 donors per million inhabitants. Therefore, depending on where they live, European patients do not have an equal chance to benefit from a transplantation.