World Sleep Day 2017

Sleep Soundly, Nurture Life: this is the slogan of the Tenth World Sleep Day, which will be celebrated worldwide on March 17. A day to remember the importance of a good rest and to inform more people about the many sleep disorders that worsen the quality of life of 45% of the world population. The […]

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100 UNESCO sites are disappearing

We are destroying nature, the world is becoming unbearable for a large number of animal and plant species. The first effects of climate change are already visible in many parts of the world, and now an Australian research tells us that more than 100 natural sites, inserted in the World Heritage Site by UNESCO, are likely to […]

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In Netherlands you can travel by electric buses

In Europe the era of sustainable transport has officially begun, and a zero emissions future does not seem so far: in the Netherlands, in the city of Eindhoven and Helmon, from a few months there are 43 electric buses in operation, for one of the largest electric fleet of Europe. The Netherlands at the beginning […]

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In Italy bike paths have rose by 50% in 7 years

There are some good news from Italy: from 2008 to 2015, bike paths have increased by almost 50 per cent. Municipalities and regions are investing more and more in the slow mobility, and within seven years increase exponentially places to ride safely, but also the pedestrian air and Restricted traffic areas. The data arriving by Istat and […]

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Two-thirds of tourists prefer eco-friendly hotels

New encouraging data for sustainable tourism: 68% of tourists prefer to book an eco-friendly accommodation. The data are from Booking.com, which has carried out in 2016 a global survey, to understand at what point sustainable tourism is  and what is the perception that travelers from around the world of have on eco-friendly hotels. The Sustainable […]

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The importance of bees and the hotels that can save them

We read more and more often on the internet and in the newspapers that bees are in danger and that the preservation of this species is essential to our planet. But why bees are critical for us and for all ecosystems? And above all, what are the possible solutions? Let’s find out the bees world and […]

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A spectacular new bike path on lake Garda

Anyone who has seen the project and the start of works has no doubts: this new bike path on Garda Lake is set to become the most spectacular one in Europe thanks to its unrivaled panoramic views. Works should be completed by Easter 2017, in April, and then it will be possible to travel on two wheels […]

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The new energy in Europe is green!

New record for renewable energy in Europe: in 2016 we reach touches almost 90% in the new energy produced in the continent. Good news: last year almost 90% of the new energy in Europe has come from wind. Specifically, 86% of the new power  produced in Europe comes from renewable sources, especially from wind. According to the latest […]

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The Wave, a wave in the rock

Sometimes nature creates breathtaking landscapes, which seem (and perhaps are) masterpieces, works of art that it is hard to describe. Over millions of years, places that seem unreal, alien come to life. This is the case of The Wave, a spectacular rock formation in the Arizona desert, USA. Its name refers to the effect created […]

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Vallone dei Mulini, Sorrento

There are hidden places, parts of Italy that are so incredible as unknown and secret. The Vallone dei Mulini in Sorrento is one of them: an old mill, now abandoned and submerged by vegetation. About its history we know a few things: that until the early nineteenth century all the grain for the Sorrento people were ground here, the adjoining […]

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