Marco Cremona’s smaller-than-average physique probably contributed to his pushing his limits even at a very young age, excelling academically and in sports. Today, he is a water treatment engineer, a hydrologist, an activist, a researcher, and a sportsman. He has designed and built an international award-winning water-and-electricity self-sufficient home in Mosta. He has also designed the world’s first sewage-to-drinking water plant for hotels – and was filmed by BBC drinking that water. Oh, and he climbed the Everest.
Marco Cremona ma’ Glen Calleja Daħla: L-ewwel trid tasal Fis-17 ta’ Mejju 2010 jiena, flimkien ma’ Gregory Attard u Robert Gatt, taħt it-tmexxija tal-gwida Skoċċiż Victor Saunders, sirna l-ewwel Maltin li qatt telgħu f’għoli ta’ 8,848 metru. Konna qed nirfsu fuq il-quċċata tal-Muntanja Everest. L-ewwel Maltin. Kienet ilha ġejja s-snin. Snin ta’ ppjanar u ħolm. […]
Sal-Quċċata tal-Everest by Marco Cremona with Glen Calleja This is the story of Marco Cremona’s incredible adventure on the highest mountain in the world: Mount Everest. But Marco is scared of heights and lives on an island with not even a single hill, let alone a mountain. Not to worry – as an engineer, an environmental […]
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