Italy is doing worst amongst the EU Member States for environmental progress. The white beaches of Rosignano Solvay are a perfect example.
With 79% of the country's waste now recycled, Italy has become Europe's recycling leader. But is the country doing enough for sustainability?
Italics Magazine partners with Rethinking Climate for a new monthly column on sustainability.
The city of Milan is setting an example for effective regional climate action. Collectively, we have a lot of work to do.
Urban design cannot be separated from environmental effects. That's why Resilient Communities is Italy's theme at the 2021 Architecture Biennale.
Circular Economy is taking the sustainability industry a step forward in the business market, and certain Italian companies are a perfect example of this in action.