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Green Lifestyles and Cities: Lessons from Scandinavia

Lund University’s International Institute of Industrial and Environmental Economics (or IIIEE, my alma mater) was involved in the design and delivery of a new Massive Open Online Course ( 326 more words

Quality Of Life

Marina Stefan Rozas

Barcelona is a city that inspires and connects people from all around the world. Being part of the international group on Elisava’s Master Program in Retail Design was a factor with a huge importance for my professional and personal development. 248 more words

Carmen Malvar

Francisco González Ledesma, Writer, Dies at 87

Francisco González Ledesma, a journalist and author of crime novels, died on March 2, 2015, at the age of 87. He came from humble origins, and in his novels that starred the investigator Méndez, González Ledesma showed the ugly and uncomfortable sides of Barcelona and the “underdogs” living there. 10 more words

Crime Fiction

Second day of school!

I think I forgot how exhausting it is to be a student again…  but it’s so much fun to learn new thing! We have to put lots of effort into it though and always listen. 313 more words


Cherry Kristine Jennifer

Tiny Expat’s Show Your World in Silver Lining Mama’s She-logy. A challenge within a challenge.

Bbshhh! (that was my “mind blown” sound fx). Brilliant, right?? 612 more words


A Day w/Gaudi: Park Güell

Park Güell is up a steep hill from La Sagrada Familia so we took a taxi to get us there. Built as a wealthy planned community in 1902 (which failed miserably) it has since become a city park. 263 more words


Reminiscing About Barcelona

Looking back at my previous holiday photos is making want to go away again!

I went to Barcelona earlier this year for a short break (2 nights) which was a lovely getaway but it’s simply not long enough. 340 more words