Feeling powerless and frustrated, it is said the system cannot change. But what if politics was the solution to climate change?
From Italy to South America, food sovereignty can guarantee food and determine agricultural policies to help sustainably fight hunger.
The city of Milan is setting an example for effective regional climate action. Collectively, we have a lot of work to do.
As the climate crisis ravages the world, Italy is in a powerful position as a possible leader in the fight against this phenomenon.
We look back at Milan's Pre-COP26, where global youth had a unique opportunity to make their voices heard.
Italics Magazine partners with Rethinking Climate for a new monthly column on sustainability.