Mexico, which boasts one of the most extensive metro systems in the world, faces a serious challenge: the continuous sinking of the city. This phenomenon, known as subsidence, is particularly intense in the capital of the country.

Thames Water, the main provider of water and sewage services over the Thames, is facing difficult times after its parent company, Kemble Water, announced insolvency. Defaults on interest payments on a debt of £400 million have caused a financial collapse. Despite assurances that services for 16 million customers will not be disrupted, this situation has cast a shadow over the future of the company, which is a key element of the UK's infrastructure.

Monday, 18 March 2024 15:45

Four Ways You Can Make Traveling Easier

If you’re someone who wants to travel, a large part of the process might involve trying to understand what you can do to actually make that plan feasible. Traveling means different things to different people, of course. Some people are going to be content to simply explore their more local area, but others will be focused on what new countries and prospects have to offer.

Sunday, 17 March 2024 10:28

Unlocking the Secrets to a Longer Life

For two decades, Dan Buettner has been delving into the lifestyles of the world’s longest-lived individuals, uncovering the habits that contribute to their extraordinary longevity. His work led to the identification of "Blue Zones," areas around the globe where people live significantly longer than average, largely due to their lifestyle and dietary habits.

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