The brief: biodiversity crisis

The brief: biodiversity crisis
Humans have always benefited from nature’s generosity, but they don\'t seem to care as much for it. It is now time to rethink this one-sided relationship. Human actions are destroying nature and causing biodiversity loss at an alarming rate. This is happening in addition to a ferocious climate crisis.

L’Italia all’avanguardia per la difesa delle coste e la rilevazione dei fondali marini

L’Italia all’avanguardia per la difesa delle coste e la rilevazione dei fondali marini
Con le nuove tecnologie si possono creare barriere naturali contro le tanto temute mareggiate. Il nostro interesse sullo stato delle coste e delle falde acquifere ci spinge alla ricerca di iniziative per la protezione contro le mareggiate. Sono infatti le mareggiate a riportare detriti dal mare sulle rive delle nostre spiagge, nonché ad aumentare il ...

Un caffè con Isabelle Ryckbost, sostenibilità e mondo portuale nell’Unione Europea

Un caffè con Isabelle Ryckbost, sostenibilità e mondo portuale nell’Unione Europea
To further discuss environmental issues and sustainability related to the sea, and in particular to ports in the European Union, we had a virtual coffee with the Secretary General of the European Sea Ports Organization, Isabelle Ryckbost. For the column, The Sea in a Coffee. Per approfondire temi ambientali e relativi alla sostenibilità dei nostri ...

SeaforChange, the Sea to promote change

31. Dicembre 2020 Ambiente, English 0
SeaforChange, the Sea to promote change
Almost from the start, 2020 was noted for being a hard year. A year that will remain in history for the virus, the health emergency which quickly became a pandemic. We have learnt to reduce our social relations, to stay at a distance from each other and, finally, to wear a face mask for our ...

Soil Biodiversity loss

08. Dicembre 2020 Ambiente, English 0
Soil Biodiversity loss
The Food and agriculture organization of the UN sends out main statements Here on SeaforChange we’ve been following biodiversity loss starting from the oceans and then moving on to all relevant fields. Over the last days, the FAO has launched suggestions on how to help stop this growing phenomenon and help save biodiversity and the future of the ...