Sea levels could rise by over a metre by 2100
If we don’t turn the tide on global warming, cities like Venice and Miami will disappear under rising sea levels.
I grew up in a small town in the North of Italy, but I love traveling and I’m always ready to leave. I studied languages and international relations, then my passion for writing led me to the London School of Journalism. I like spending my time in the countryside and I’m keen on horse-riding, which I’ve been practicing for many years.
Favorite quote: “If you really want to dream, wake up!” (Daniel Pennac)
Actor and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio has contributed two million dollars to a fund to protect Virunga National Park in Congo from threats such as terrorism, the coronavirus and poaching.
Former Vice-President Joe Biden is now vying to become president of the United States. He’s in the lead in the Democratic primaries and will almost certainly face Trump on 3 November. We discuss his life, political career and electoral platform.
The Democratic party primaries in the US started on the 3rd of February. We discuss the five frontrunners, one of whom will challenge Donald Trump for the presidency on the 3rd of November 2020.
Kivalina is located on a small island once guarded by sea ice, which is now melting due to global warming. While the sea threatens to wipe the village off the face of the Earth, its inhabitants refuse to give up their lives and traditions.
A look at the 10 most important news stories of 2019 from the point of view of sustainability: to prepare for 2020, the first year of the “climate decade”.
Once a year on Christmas Island something incredible happens: millions of crabs cross the whole island to reach the ocean, where they drop their eggs.
20-27 September 2019: these dates will go down in history. Over 7 million people took part in the Climate Action Week, and the third Global Climate Strike marked its peak. Relive every moment through images, activists’ voices and the most important stats from around the world.
Denis Mukwege, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018, is known as the “doctor who mends women” because in his hospital in Africa he healed thousands of rape victims, in their body and soul. We interviewed him in Milan.
A relatively unknown crusade lies behind many attacks, the “ISIS for ugly people”: but it has nothing to do with Islamic extremism. Who are Incels, and why do they hate women?
As an African Union Commissioner, Sarah Anyang Agbor is providing education and training to Africa’s youth. Here’s what she told us at Seeds&Chips about making the “African dream” come true.