World Migratory Bird Day 2021

World Migratory Bird Day provides an opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of conservation of migratory birds and their habitats. The anniversary, initiated by the United Nations, is celebrated twice a year (on the second Saturday in May and…


Starlings, climate and Nobel prizes

The Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to two climatologists and one physicist. Syukuro Manabe, a naturalised Japanese-American, has studied how the increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is responsible for the rise in the…


More forests less CO2, here are the figures from the Italian forest inventory

According to data from the National Inventory of Forests and Forest Carbon Sinks, carried out by the Carabinieri and the Council for Agricultural Research and Analysis of Agricultural Economics, in 10 years the Italian forest area has increased by about…


Record CO2 from summer fires in the northern hemisphere

The summer fires that impacted several countries, especially in the northern hemisphere, left a visible mark not only on the earth's surface but also in the atmosphere. The European Atmosphere Monitoring Agency – Copernicus atmosphere monitoring service (CAMS) – found…


How much litter is found in Italian urban parks?

Cigarette butts and disposable products and packaging are at the top of the list of litter found abandoned in urban parks by Legambiente's Park Litter survey. To be precise, cigarette butts account for 27% of the litter collected, followed by…


Air quality: new WHO guidelines

In recent days, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has published the new Global Air Quality Guidelines (AQGs), which set new limits for air quality. The new WHO guidelines recommend stricter limits (compared to the levels set in 2005) for six…


World Ozone Day

The ozone hole this year has reached an extension greater than that of Antarctica, one of the widest and deepest in recent years: this is shown by the observations of the Sentinel 5P satellite, one of the Earth sentinels in…


Can you be intelligent without a brain?

Can you be intelligent without a brain? The answer is "in a certain sense, yes" and this is demonstrated by a strange organism that looks like yellowish gelatinous mould but that has nothing to do either with moulds or fungi...…


The interactive map of European hydrogen is online

The network of transmission system operators for gas, ENTSOG, has created an interactive map which, for each European country, shows the projects launched in the field of green hydrogen - i.e. produced with renewable electricity - or low-emission hydrogen -…

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