The European Commission has announced an ambition to generate €1 trillion to finance its European Green Deal. The commission threw down the gauntlet to EU member states and the European Parliament yesterday by emphasizing the urgency...
94% of Italians say they want to stop using plastic bottles and 66% have already done so. Italy is in first place in Europe for sensitivity towards sustainability issues, together with Spain, Portugal and Malta. Equally high...
University of Cincinnati geography researchers have identified a tipping point for deforestation that leads to rapid forest loss. Geography professor Tomasz Stepinski used high-resolution satellite images from the European Space Agency to study landscapes in 9-kilometer-wide blocks...
WWF-Australia is greatly saddened by the loss of life in the bushfire tragedy gripping Australia. The fires have also been devasting for Australia’s wildlife and wild places, as massive areas of native bushland, forests and parks have been scorched. “Our...
In Italy it is possible to use electric scooters in the city: the Official Gazette makes law 160 of 27 December 2019 operational. The amendment of the maneuver changes the rules for these widespread two-wheeled vehicles, agile in traffic and...
2020 is coming and it's time for analysis. For us, 2019 was the year zero, the one in which we decided to make our small contribution to the environment by putting ourselves at stake with what we know how...
While the media headlines have rightly focused this year on the many warning signs of a planetary emergency, WWF would like to end the year on a more hopeful note. So here are some of their biggest success stories...
Waste is not a problem that affects only the planet Earth. Even in space, with its many scientific missions, debris is starting to accumulate. For this reason, the European Space Agency (ESA) has announced that it has chosen the consortium...
Switzerland says goodbye to nuclear power and shuts down the Muehleberg power plant, one of five plants operating on Swiss territory. The shutdown took place on live TV on 20 December and was hailed by environmentalists as a green milestone....
Plastic in the seas is one of the most alarming phenomena caused by excessive consumption of plastic material and its incorrect disposal and recycling. The danger is mainly due to the fact that marine animals ingest particles...

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