There is no hope for half of Earth’s glaciers
A study published by Science tells us that even if the most ambitious climate targets are met, half of Earth’s glaciers will not survive.
I live in France, I love hiking in the mountains, Kapuściński's stories, snow, passionate people, Calvino's descriptions, De Gregori's songs, Britanny, Keynes, chili and the Marmottan Museum. I've been an economics and environmental journalist for ten years, in the hope to throw a stone into the pond: writing to echo the echo is useless. Having said this, my ideal afternoon is that passed cooking for a dinner with my friends.
“Nothing grows out of diamonds, but out of dung the flowers grow” (Fabrizio De André)
PM10 and PM2.5 fine particles led to the premature deaths of 238,000 people in EU countries in 2020, an increase over 2019.
COP26 ended on Saturday 13th November, one day later than expected. Some positives and many negatives in the Glasgow Climate Pact, weakened by India’s last-minute change.
One hundred nations at COP26 in Glasgow made a promise to end deforestation by 2030. NGOs say this commitment is not good enough.
An investigation by the Guardian reveals the staggering number of deaths among migrant workers in Qatar on building sites for the 2022 World Cup.
A study indicates that the zoonotic origins of coronavirus may have been favoured by global warming’s impact on the conditions for bat habitats.
Environment, the economy, climate change and human rights. A look back at Donald Trump’s one-term, four-year presidency.
Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah passed away at the age of 9 in London in 2013. For the first time ever, a UK court has ruled that air pollution was the cause.