Few days after the Fontana delle Barcaccia in Rome has been "attacked", ISPRA and ISCR release a study on the degradation of monuments. The true risk? Smog.
After 50 years in chains living on handouts, the elephant Raju was freed and driven to a conservation area by Wildlife Sos' volunteers.
A study conducted by the Forest Heroes association accuses the major American doughnuts companies of contributing to deforestation.
Disposable packaging and wrappers difficult to be disposed of are things of the past. You’ll only find bulk products. In Berlin there is a new way of shopping your at the supermarket.
Italians like packaging-free shopping. Supermarket chains but also small commercial activities with no packaging are on the rise.
Hydrogen is more innovative than hybrid technology, is as innovative as internal combustion engines and is the most ecological way of driving.
Are there more countries with a healthy or unhealthy diet? A study conducted by the Medical Research Council assessed the world's different diets and found in which continent people eat better.
Music and mountains: 10 artists sing their passion for one of the most fascinating habitats in the world.
Music is studded with meteors: the one-hit wonders, artists that shone with one hit single, but ended up their careers in the darkness. Here are 10 songs that made the (short) story of their singers.
Our journey in LifeGate’s archives continues. In 15 years many music albums have been played on LifeGate. Here are the first songs we broadcast way back in 2001.
According to an Ethical Consumer survey, an insecticide intimately related to bees reduction is sold in the United Kingdom.
Eataly restaurants at Expo 2015 only use Mater-Bi plastic tableware. In Milan, biodegradable plastic teaches how to separate waste during big events.
To date, Apple has terminated relationships with 18 suppliers that violated sustainability regulations, according to Apple’s new report.