The dramatic spread of the West Nile virus in Italy is just one of the several consequences of climate change, and without solid and coordinated international action to tackle the climate crisis these viruses will soon invade every country regardless of its temperatures.
Energy independence is crucial, now more than ever, and energy communities are proving this independence might be possible.
While Italy lags behind in green technologies, there are some incredible examples of success. We share two of the most inspiring.
According to the recently published report by the Circular Economy Network, Italy is the European leader for circular economy.
It appears that Italy will welcome right-wing leader Giorgia Meloni as its prime minister — finally a woman — but at which cost?
We speak of climate action and saving future generations. How do the youth play a role with different stakeholders in saving the planet?
After Russia, Italy seeks a strategic partnership with Morocco. Renewable energy is now key to the energy independence countries must achieve.
Italy needs to change the narrative about migratory phenomena, and understand that environmental migrants are the result of our unequal economic and political systems.