Isabel Putinja

Isabel Putinja

Pazin, Croatia


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Quarter of Earth’s Land Threatened by Aridity, Drought, Wildfires: A new study warns that aridification, drought and wildfires could affect a quarter of the earth's land if average world temperatures continue to rise.


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Beef and Olive Oil Deal Breakers in Ongoing EU-Mercosur Talks: Sensitive agricultural products are the sticking points in the almost two-decade-long negotiations of the EU-Mercosur Association Agreement.


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Tunisia Sees Opportunity in Organic Production: Ninety-five percent of Tunisia’s olive groves are tended using traditional practices without the use of any pesticides. A report for Olive Oil Times.


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https://isabelwrites.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/fah-thai-bangalore-arts-scene-nov11.pdf

For Fah Thai, the inflight magazine of Bangkok Airways: Bengaluru has been transformed from India's sleepy southern city into the nation's high-tech hub over the past 20 years. But, as Isabel Putinja reports, it's the city's arts scene that's attracting notice today.


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https://isabelwrites.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/48-hours-in-pula-in-cara-magazine-june-2017.pdf

For Cara, the inflight magazine of Aer Lingus: 48 Hours in Pula -- Isabel Putinja explores this seaside city with a Roman past on the tip of Croatia's Istrian peninsula.


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https://isabelwrites.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/south-india-coffee-trail-in-silkwinds-oct-2015.pdf

For Silkwinds, the inflight magazine of Silk Air, Singapore: A nation of tea drinkers, India loves its hot, sugary, milky chai. But while tea is the country’s most popular drink – especially in North India – it is coffee that reigns supreme in the coffeegrowing states of the south. Here, it is more than a drink and something of a cultural icon.


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For The Telegraph: A Hotel Review of Heritage Hotel 19 in Split, Croatia


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https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/nov/27/bangalore-peanut-festival-hindu-kadlekai-parishe

For The Guardian: India’s tech city usually throngs with the IT crowd, but on Monday punters and farmers will stream into town for the Hindu Kadlekai Parishe festival, giving Bangalore the vibe of a country fair


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