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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 Agency (IEA) proposes 10 actions…

30 March becomes World Day against Food Losses and Waste (International Day of Zero Waste)

That waste is not good and right has been known for years, yet the problem not only persists but has long since become detrimental to all.
By decision of the United Nations General Assembly, proclaimed during its seventy-seventh session last 14…

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 deal with adaptation and…
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, has been linked to a “wet market…

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IPCC: urgent climate action can secure a liveable future for all

INTERLAKEN, Switzerland, March 20, 2023 -- There are multiple, feasible and effective options to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to human-caused climate change, and they are available now, said scientists in the latest Intergovernmental…

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 system (MOdulo Sperimentale…

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 climate action. Some countries…