Hardly any of the water easily accessible on Earth is suitable for consumption without purification because people use the resources irresponsibly, President János Áder told public Kossuth Radio on Wednesday.
President János Áder on Monday discussed novel methods of waste water management in his regular weekly Blue Planet (Kék bolygó) podcast with Attila Bodnár, co-chair of Organica, a company installing waste water purifying systems in 18 countries worldwide.
Every ten seconds the equivalent of a lorry full of plastic waste makes its way into the oceans, President János Áder said in an interview on Wednesday in connection with the upcoming sustainability expo dubbed Planet Budapest 2021.
One-third of food produced in the developed world never reaches the consumers, President János Áder said in his Blue Planet (Kék bolygó) podcast together with the developer of Munch, an app designed to reduce food waste.
Hungary and India have agreed to mutually recognise each other’s Covid immunity certificates, the foreign minister said on his social medial page.
The world is running out of time to tackle climate change, the water crisis and other environmental problems, President János Áder said in a video message to the Budapest Climate Summit.
Hungary’s pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, a world fair that opened last week, has attracted nearly 10,000 visitors over the first few days of the event, the managing director of project company Expo 2020 Hungary Nonprofit told public media in Dubai on Tuesday.
The next meeting of the Turkey-Hungary Strategic Cooperation Council will be held in Istanbul in November, with the participation of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said.
At around 6 pm Hungarian time, Facebook and other platforms owned by it, such as Messenger and Instagram, were inaccessible. The breakdown has so far caused nearly seven billion dollars in losses to Facebook’s founding owner, Mark Zuckerberg, Bloomberg writes.
A bust of 19th century Hungarian reform statesman Lajos Kossuth was inaugurated in Buffalo, New York on Saturday, commemorating the 100th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the United States and Hungary.