[Episode 23] While science confirms the effects of climate change, people still have different opinions about it. With researcher William Lamb, we discuss the forms of delays in climate action.
Breakthrough agreement on Loss and Damage Fund, yet serious disagreements on mitigation, climate refugees, and fossil fuel. What the end of this COP27 has brought us.
Brief comments, quotes, and notes towards this conclusive stage of COP27.
Young activist Lamis El Khatieb will be following COP27 and narrating the main points of this important annual moment
[Episodes 22.1 & 22.2] We discuss with industrial engineer Marcelo Cairolli the importance of data to help Brazilian administrations to manage the issues of recycling systems and to trace the root of the climate crisis.
[Episode 21] Serve guardare alle convenzienze piu vicine ai nostri reali bisogni. Finchè inquinare è più conveniente che fare le cose per bene, ci sarà sempre chi farà danni. Ne parliamo con Antonio Cianciullo giornalista che si occupa di temi ambientali da oltre 30 anni.
The initiative conceived in the Pacific Island shows that the commitment to adopt eco-respectful behaviour while travelling is fundamental to contributing to the fight against climate change.
The coldest sea current in the world is hidden in the waters of the Pacific Ocean and laps the southern part of Latin America. This current is now endangered by global warming, thus causing inestimable environmental damage.
South Africa has suffered one of its worst floods in history, another sad example of the devastation climate change brings upon poorer countries. However, we are still not talking about it.
From an interview with over 15 local people in Haramosh Valley, we tried to understand their practices for environmental adaptation.