Graphene asphalt experimentation starts in Milan: Iterchimica, an Italian company which is world leader in the field of asphalt additives, together with the Metropolitan City of Milan will carry out the reconstruction of a section of the SP35 Milano-Meda and of a...
Enhance the sea as a cultural, scientific, recreational and economic resource. With this goal, the National Sea Day established by Legislative Decree 229/2017 is celebrated on 11 April. "The National Day of the Sea is an important opportunity to...
Italy confirms itself as the vanguard of the European recycling industry, ranking third for packaging recovery (with a recycling rate of 67%), after Germany (71%) and Spain (70%). Several supply chains of paper (paper, glass, plastic, wood, aluminum and steel) have already...
By 2050 we may have 30% less polar bears. The main cause is the climate change caused by human activities, which is making its habitat increasingly fragile. The survival of this majestic species is seriously threatened. The WWF remembers...
Municipal fruit trees where everyone can harvest blueberries, blackberries and apples for free. The idea is being developed in Copenhagen, where the local administration aims to plant fruit trees and bushes that provide edible berries throughout the city. The...
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...
Additional resources are arriving, 600 million euros in total, divided into 400 for tourist cycle paths and 200 for urban cycle paths, in addition to what has already been allocated in recent months and years. These resources are important in...
Trento is the most sustainable city in Italy for transport, energy and environment, followed by Turin, Bologna, Mantua and Milan. This is what emerges from the fifth edition of the Smart City Index of EY, which analyzes the 109...
Summer 2020 is upon us but, due to the coronavirus emergency, we still don't know if and how we will go on vacation. To revive the tourism sector, most affected by the crisis, the Italian government is studying a...
Desertification, a form of soil degradation that is measured by monitoring plant cover and soil productivity, is a rapidly growing threat: 29% of the global territory is affected, where over 3 billion people live, while large slices of our...

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