The remarks of the UN economist at the European Environment Agency: “Protecting nature means fighting inequality between nations, the social gap and the generation divide”. Climate mitigation and biodiversity protection are crucial
About Matteo Cavallito
This author has yet to write their bio.
Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Matteo Cavallito contributed a whooping 207 entries.
The termination of the agreement on tree preservation between Oslo and Jakarta puts Indonesia’s commitment at risk. As the country has already lost almost 10 million hectares of primary forests in the 21st century.
The share of global population exposed to flood risk has grown at a 10 times faster pace than previously estimated with Asia as epicenter, The University of Arizona says.
Three hundred French winegrowers rely on animal traction to till the soil. An unusual choice which generates benefits for soil health and more
Changing the production method of a traditional Nigerian delicacy to protect trees and climate. Here’s the lesson of a solar powered plant in a country devastated by deforestation
Chinese researchers offer a solution to soil degradation: a plant paste that can turn the desert into a grassland. The new technology might help 500 million people in Central Asia
Prompted by climate change, wildfires are devastating larger portions of the forests that generate the emission credits sold to the corporations
“Best pratices help global soils to sequester enough carbon o offset up to one third of agricultural GHG emissions,” says FAO. Here are two brand new practical tools
Historically underestimated, emissions from pre- and post-production activities weigh strongly on estimates of food industry’s total climate footprint. Mr. Tubiello (FAO): “Zero balance is no longer enough, we need to reduce the impact of all sectors.”
Ellen MacArthur Foundation: “To create an environmentally friendly food production system, we must redesign the supply chain by diversifying ingredients and regenerating crops.”