What 2020 taught us about the climate crisis
We must take advantage of opportunities for change to stop the climate crisis from becoming so serious that it drives us towards collective erasure.
Demonstrated leader and team manager focused on issues surrounding climate change, both the problems it creates and the solutions being sought.
I'm an environmental journalist, but I started as a blogger. I graduated in International Relations.
Favourite quote: "Shy people notice everything but don't get noticed" (Titta Di Girolamo in “The Consequences of Love”)
This year has changed the face of humanity but could also mark the end of an unsustainable lifestyle. We look back at the top 10 news stories of 2020.
From Scotland to Abruzzo, via Romania. Philanthropist Paul Lister’s mission is to save biodiversity, and the journey starts in Europe.
We wait, suspended in time, to find out who the next president of the United States will be. The results as they stand show a divided country.
These days her phone hasn’t stopped ringing but Ilaria Capua continues sharing her knowledge to spread information about the novel coronavirus. In this interview she highlights the importance of sustainability.
Unite Behind the Science: this was the title of the conference held at the COP25 on 10 December. Greta Thunberg’s presence filled the arena, but this time it was scientists’ turn to speak.
What holds true whether we’re discussing migration or the environment? That “we’re suspicious of anything that shows empathy, goodness or righteousness,” says author and journalist Roberto Saviano. We interviewed him for the launch of his book There are no taxis in the sea.
To mark the release of Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, we interviewed photographer and co-director Edward Burtynsky, who told us the story behind the documentary.
A successful day for Greens and nationalists, while traditional parties suffer. The outcome? A European Parliament divided into homogeneous “slices”. The final results of the European elections 2019.
From 23 to 26 May voting will take place in the European Elections 2019. Who can vote, who the candidates are and how to vote to elect the 751 representatives at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.