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By 2050, a quarter of the world’s people will be African – this will shape our future | Edward Paice

Africa’s unprecedented population growth will impact geopolitics, global trade, migration and almost every aspect of life. It’s time for a reimagining of the continentIn 2022 the world’s population will pass 8 billion. It has increased…
01/20/22
                                                               

Milan plans bike lane infrastructure to rival Paris

Italy’s most populous metro area will build hundreds of kilometers of protected cycling lanes to ward off worsening pollution from cars and trucks.
01/14/22
                                                               

Italy Votes to Ban Fur Farming and Shut Down Mink Farms

The Italian Senate has voted to approve an amendment to the budget law that will close the remaining ten mink farms in Italy within six months and ban fur farming throughout the country.The decision came…
12/24/21

Environmental activists ‘spat at by drivers’ at Rome protest

Protesters say they were slapped, kicked and spat at by angry drivers during roadblock in Italian capitalItalian activists have blocked a major road in Rome as part of a series of protests aimed at urging…
12/17/21

Environmental activists ‘spat at by drivers’ at Rome protest

Protesters say they were slapped, kicked and spat at by angry drivers during roadblock in Italian capitalItalian activists have blocked a major road in Rome as part of a series of protests aimed at urging…
12/17/21

Global Cactus Traffickers Are Cleaning Out the Deserts

A recent raid in Italy involving rare Chilean species highlights the growing scale of a black market in the thorny plants.
05/20/21
                                                               

On the menu at a lunch in Italy: Protected songbirds

The Italian police were called to investigate a luncheon for a potential violation of coronavirus rules. They found a feast of migrating finches.
04/21/21

Italy creates ecological transition ministry but campaigners warn against gas support

Physicist Roberto Cingolani, who comes from a defense and security firm to lead a new Italian green ministry, has previously praised gas as 'the most sustainable resource' The post Italy creates ecological transition ministry but…
02/17/21
                                                               

Japan blocks green reform of major energy investment treaty

The European Union is seeking to amend the Energy Charter Treaty to align with climate goals, but Japan is resisting change as negotiations resume The post Japan blocks green reform of major energy investment treaty…
09/08/20