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  • 31 August 2021 / Life

    The thousand uses of lichens

    Throughout history, humans have used lichens for a variety of purposes. The oldest evidence of lichen use dates back to…

    31 August 2021 / Ecosystems

    An indicator of environmental quality

    The lichen-rich tundra has proved very useful for studying the spread of pollutants around the world: the wind carries pollutants…

    31 August 2021 / Life

    Unusual vegetables

    Distributed at all latitudes, lichens are able to conquer extreme biotopes, adapting to living in places where plants would find…

  • 16 August 2021 / Air

    July has been the hottest month in 142 years

    If we were to go back 142 years we would not find a July as hot as this year's. In…

    16 August 2021 / Water

    How much will sea levels have risen in cities by 2150?

    In 2150, the coasts and the landscape around them will differ considerably from those we know today. Some islands, well-known…

    12 August 2021 / Life

    World Elephant Day

    Today, August 12, we celebrate World Elephant Day as a reminder that there are currently less than 450,000 elephants surviving…

  • 29 July 2021 / Earth

    Overshoot day reached

    Every day the Earth offers us countless resources, such as food, timber, CO2 absorption by forests and oceans, fibre, space…

    26 July 2021 / Life

    Japanese beetles and other alien species

    There is a beetle that has been invading the Italian countryside and cities for some time now, a small insect…

    23 July 2021 / Ecosystems

    The Amazon rainforest emits more CO2 than it absorbs

    The Amazon rainforest is the largest area of tropical forests on Earth and has proven to be an important carbon…

  • 31 August 2021 / Life

    The thousand uses of lichens

    Throughout history, humans have used lichens for a variety of purposes. The oldest evidence of lichen use dates back to…

    31 August 2021 / Ecosystems

    An indicator of environmental quality

    The lichen-rich tundra has proved very useful for studying the spread of pollutants around the world: the wind carries pollutants…

  • 31 August 2021 / Life

    Unusual vegetables

    Distributed at all latitudes, lichens are able to conquer extreme biotopes, adapting to living in places where plants would find…

    16 August 2021 / Air

    July has been the hottest month in 142 years

    If we were to go back 142 years we would not find a July as hot as this year's. In…

  • 16 August 2021 / Water

    How much will sea levels have risen in cities by 2150?

    In 2150, the coasts and the landscape around them will differ considerably from those we know today. Some islands, well-known…

    12 August 2021 / Life

    World Elephant Day

    Today, August 12, we celebrate World Elephant Day as a reminder that there are currently less than 450,000 elephants surviving…

  • 29 July 2021 / Earth

    Overshoot day reached

    Every day the Earth offers us countless resources, such as food, timber, CO2 absorption by forests and oceans, fibre, space…

    26 July 2021 / Life

    Japanese beetles and other alien species

    There is a beetle that has been invading the Italian countryside and cities for some time now, a small insect…

  • 23 July 2021 / Ecosystems

    The Amazon rainforest emits more CO2 than it absorbs

    The Amazon rainforest is the largest area of tropical forests on Earth and has proven to be an important carbon…

  • 31 August 2021 / Life

    The thousand uses of lichens

    Throughout history, humans have used lichens for a variety of purposes. The oldest evidence of lichen use dates back to…

  • 31 August 2021 / Ecosystems

    An indicator of environmental quality

    The lichen-rich tundra has proved very useful for studying the spread of pollutants around the world: the wind carries pollutants…

  • 31 August 2021 / Life

    Unusual vegetables

    Distributed at all latitudes, lichens are able to conquer extreme biotopes, adapting to living in places where plants would find…

  • 16 August 2021 / Air

    July has been the hottest month in 142 years

    If we were to go back 142 years we would not find a July as hot as this year's. In…

  • 16 August 2021 / Water

    How much will sea levels have risen in cities by 2150?

    In 2150, the coasts and the landscape around them will differ considerably from those we know today. Some islands, well-known…

  • 12 August 2021 / Life

    World Elephant Day

    Today, August 12, we celebrate World Elephant Day as a reminder that there are currently less than 450,000 elephants surviving…

  • 29 July 2021 / Earth

    Overshoot day reached

    Every day the Earth offers us countless resources, such as food, timber, CO2 absorption by forests and oceans, fibre, space…

  • 26 July 2021 / Life

    Japanese beetles and other alien species

    There is a beetle that has been invading the Italian countryside and cities for some time now, a small insect…

  • 23 July 2021 / Ecosystems

    The Amazon rainforest emits more CO2 than it absorbs

    The Amazon rainforest is the largest area of tropical forests on Earth and has proven to be an important carbon…

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