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    Sea: do we exploit it too much?

    Sea: do we exploit it too much?

    Let’s reveal the causes and effects of sea degradation and if the counter-measures by governments and the business world are effective or not

    Pollution: which dangers…and solutions?

    Pollution: which dangers…and solutions?

    Let’s reveal the different ways pollution affects us and if the counter-measures by governments and by the business world are effective or not

    Tourism: eco-cultural and responsible?

    Tourism: eco-cultural and responsible?

    Let’s reveal how tourism can contribute to sustainable development, and whether governments and business measures work or not

    Land and safe food: are they available to all?

    Land and safe food: are they available to all?

    Everyone should have sufficient, safe and nutritious food. But this doesn’t happen due to the agribusiness oligarchic market, land speculation, unfair grains trade and the use of altering substances. This investigation aims to answer the question: is there enough good food for us and for the other people on the planet?

    Climate hell: how does it strike, how to tackle it?

    Climate hell: how does it strike, how to tackle it?

    The EU banned Kyoto’s fake carbon credits. Major companies across Europe continue to use fake credits to keep on polluting. How the business of climate change affects public health, environment and money.

    Forests: are we saving them?

    Forests: are we saving them?

    Forests are an important resource to ecosystems, communities and global economy, but they are endangered by increasing human activities. This investigation aims to answer the question: will we be able to protect our forests while keeping on consuming products that we extract from them?

    Water: still clean and accessible to all?

    Water: still clean and accessible to all?

    Water is a natural resource that should be accessible and clean since it is the basis of life. Yet, we know that it is not so around the world. This investigation aims to answer the question: will water be still available and safe to all given the fact that its scarcity, private use and risks of pollution increase at the same time?

    Biofuels: whom will they profit?

    Biofuels: whom will they profit?

    In order to reduce carbon emissions, Western economies rush for “green oil” through farming agro-energy also in the lands of developing countries. This investigation aims to answer the question: will biofuels contribute to boost development and to fight global warming, or do they merely represent a new form of North-South energy colonization?

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