Watch out for car-free streets, walking tours and interactive workshops as European Mobility Week comes to towns and cities across Europe from 16-22 September. From this Wednesday, the clean and sustainable transport campaign will see thousands of...
Climate change has not stopped for COVID19. Greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere are at record levels and continue to increase. Emissions are heading in the direction of pre-pandemic levels following a temporary decline caused by the...
The wild animals that inhabit the Earth are in drastic decline due to deforestation, unsustainable agriculture and the illegal trade in fauna. The alarm was raised by the WWF which published the new Living Planet Report 2020.
Global efforts to reduce air pollution and its effects are given a boost today, the first International Day of Clean Air for blue skies, as extreme episodes of air pollution continue to increase across the globe.
Dozens of tons of fishing nets lie on the seabed of the Mediterranean, carried by currents or abandoned more or less intentionally by fishermen over centuries of history. A very serious problem because these nets, if left...
Anger and pain. This is what one feels when looking at the images of the Riserva dello Zingaro destroyed by a vast fire that hit one of the most beautiful and visited protected areas in Sicily. This...
When one thinks of buildings made of rammed earth, images of ancient buildings in remote parts of the world or great architectural wonders such as the Great Wall of China immediately come to mind.
Two weeks into Mauritius’ declaration of the state of environmental emergency, the situation is still dreadful. At least 1,000 tons of fuel were spilt into the Indian Ocean following a massive leak from the Japanese ship MV...
2020 ranks so far as the hottest ever recorded in Europe for 112 years with an anomaly of even 2.1 degrees compared to the average. This is what emerges from the Coldiretti calculations based on the latest...
The situation of glaciers around the world is worrying. Yesterday news came that the Milne ice shelf, on the northwest coast of Ellesmere island of Nunavut, Canada, disintegrated, splitting into two large pieces and letting large blocks...

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