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10 actions to reduce oil use, according to the International Energy Agency

How can oil consumption be reduced in 4 months and policies made more efficient in the long term? In the face of the emerging global energy crisis triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the International Energy...

Artworks safe from climate change with the new Louvre Conservation Center

Protect artworks from climate change. In an era in which the certainty of an increasingly critical climate has become a reality, where the risk of more frequent and more intense flooding forces all coastal realities to...

New visualisation of the Covid-19 virus (Fusion Medical Animation, Unsplash)

Coronavirus: where do new viruses come from?

The recent emergence of the novel coronavirus behind the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a spotlight on the risks that animals can pose to humans as the source of new viruses. The virus in question, known as SARS-CoV-2,...

Is it the end of high water in Venice?

A long wait of about 30 years seems to have finally paid off with a system that can withstand the tidal wave of the Adriatic when it becomes critical for the Venetian lagoon. For the first time, the MOSE protection...

New IPCC report, how to mitigate climate change

IPCC's message in the new report is clear: unless there are immediate and deep emission reductions in all sectors, the 1.5°C limit is out of reach. The good news is that there is growing evidence of a commitment to...

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Overshoot Day 2020 is August 22, three weeks later than in 2019, "thanks" to the coronavirus

The coronavirus is causing a lot of suffering and as such we would all have wished that showing us more sustainable models would not be a disaster of this magnitude. However, since the same depends on how man exploits...

Pinna nobilis disappearance alarm also along the Venetian coast: now your help is even more important

The loss of biodiversity has unfortunately become one of the great issues and one of the great challenges of the new century, which affects everyone because we too depend on it, our very survival depends on it....

The protection of the environment and biodiversity is now included in the Italian Constitution

February 2022 is an important month for the Italian Constitution, because it finally introduces the protection and protection of the environment, biodiversity and ecosystems in a clear, black and white way. A vital...

The speech of David Attenborough at COP26

Your excellencies, delegates, ladies and gentlemen, as you spend the next two weeks, debating, negotiating, persuading and compromising, as you surely must, it’s easy to forget that ultimately the emergency climate...