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  • New WWF report: 3 billion animals impacted by Australia’s bushfire crisis
    by Editorial Board on 19 Gennaio 2021 at 02:01

    About a year after the unprecedented season of fires that hit Australia from June 2019 to February 2020, the toll is dramatic. But from the ashes of this devastating emergency WWF has launched the largest and most innovative nature regeneration program in Australian history. More than 15,000 fires – which burned mainly forests and woods The post New WWF report: 3 billion animals impacted by Australia’s bushfire crisis first appeared on SmartGreen Post | news from the environment.

  • Transforming oil wells into batteries for the sun and wind
    by Piera Vincenti on 18 Gennaio 2021 at 02:00

    What happens when oil and gas wells run dry? The answer: little good.The owners, often smaller businesses that have acquired the wells from major producers at a discount when oil and gas output declines, might pay anywhere from $70,000 to $500,000 to safely cap them. The process involves filling the underground pipes with cement to The post Transforming oil wells into batteries for the sun and wind first appeared on SmartGreen Post | news from the environment.

  • REWILD: a social and artistic project dedicated to Climate Change
    by Editorial Board on 17 Gennaio 2021 at 02:00

    REWILD is a social and artistic project dedicated to the themes of Climate Change which, over the course of a year, will tell a story divided into six chapters through as many artistic installations. Six different themes on which an artist or a group of artists will be asked each time to create their own The post REWILD: a social and artistic project dedicated to Climate Change first appeared on SmartGreen Post | news from the environment.

  • Journey through the Tuscan dryers to discover the Mountain Bread
    by Claudia Luppi on 16 Gennaio 2021 at 02:01

    The ancient tradition of drying chestnuts is still carried on with passion in the heart of Tuscany, where the dryers are at work to make what is also known as the Bread of the Mountain. ⁠The chestnut harvest starts in mid-October. From that moment on, we start making embers in the squeegee, which today as The post Journey through the Tuscan dryers to discover the Mountain Bread first appeared on SmartGreen Post | news from the environment.

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