The clue to the sixth mass extinction is in the invertebrates

A team of American and French researchers recently published the most detailed study ever made of species extinction over the past 500 years. The data they collected has provided evidence that we are indeed experiencing the sixth mass extinction. In…


Copernicus: 2021 was the 5th warmest year ever recorded

Copernicus, the European satellite monitoring service, has recently published new data on global climate and temperatures, showing that the last seven years have been the hottest on record at global level. In particular, last year ranked 5th, with values slightly…


Ocean Battery, the idea of storing energy in the middle of the sea

Offshore renewables are becoming increasingly popular and play a key role in the energy transition. However, in order to function optimally, they require tailor-made storage solutions that can be integrated directly into off-shore systems or anchored to the seabed. Ocean…


The relentless deforestation of the Cerrado

In Brazil, deforestation is advancing relentlessly, not only in the Amazon forest. Even the Cerrado, the great tropical savannah that crosses Brazil, has for years been subject to intense deforestation to make room for single-crop farming, livestock breeding and coal…


The world’s largest floating solar power plant is fully operational

The waters of the reservoir in Dezhou, a Chinese prefecture-level city in Shandong province, are not filled with boats but with photovoltaic panels. This is the largest floating solar power plant ever built in the world, and it has just…


“Stop pesticides 2021” dossier published

The annual Stop Pesticides 2021 dossier, produced by Legambiente in collaboration with Alce Nero, has recently been published and presented; it is a document that gives an accurate picture of the use of pesticides in agriculture in Italy. In Italy,…


The Christmas Star Tradition

A plant that symbolises the Christmas season, decorating homes and shops and featured prominently by the florists and garden centres in our cities. We are talking about the Poinsettia, better known to everyone in Italy as the Stella di Natale…


Endangered dragonflies and threatened wetlands

Dragonflies have inhabited planet Earth for 300 million years and there are currently 6,016 known species. According to the latest version of the International Union for Conservation of Nature‚Äôs (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species, 16% of known dragonfly and…


Desert Bloom Hydrogen, an innovative hydrogen production plant

Australia is set to produce 410,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year by taking the necessary water from the air of the Australian desert, one of the driest places on the planet. This is all thanks to the Desert Bloom…

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