The European Commission has adopted a new EU strategy for adaptation to climate change which defines the way forward to be ready for its inevitable effects. While the EU is doing everything it can to mitigate climate change, inside...
The world’s dazzlingly diverse freshwater fishes are critical for the health, food security and livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people, but they are under ever increasing threat with one in three already threatened with extinction, according to a...
Italy has 10 years to regenerate its nature, and recompose its great mosaic of biodiversity. This is the spirit with which WWF launches a new campaign, 'ReNature Italy'; it is a great project for the nature of our country...
In the last two years in Italy not even one kilometer of underground lines has been inaugurated, while the gap between Italian and European cities has increased, precisely where delays are most significant, i.e. the provision of metro, trams...
The Ministry of the Environment as we knew it has changed its face and name. From now on it will be called the Ministry of Ecological Transition and will be led by Roberto Cingolani. The Milanese physicist, born in...
Denmark leads the way when it comes to putting zero-emission urban buses on the streets in Europe, with 78% of new vehicles being electric, according to the latest data from green NGO Transport & Environment. In Luxembourg and the...
Climbing vegetation for a total of 1700 square meters, 2,770 square meters of photovoltaic panels, large green areas in which to enjoy the benefits of nature. These are the characteristics of the Botanical Tower and the Serra Bridge, which...
Italy consumes about 500 million tons of natural resources a year, imports over 300 and at the same time generates more than 170 million tons of waste, with a circularity rate that is still at 17.7%: although a circularity...
If air pollution remains the main European environmental threat to health, with over 400,000 premature deaths in a year, there is another type of pollution, noise, which is equally devastating and lethal. In fact, 12 thousand premature deaths in...
Brescia and Bergamo have the highest death rate from fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in Europe and Vicenza and Saronno are respectively in fourth and eighth place in a top ten of ten cities. A record that certainly does not...

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