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July-September 2017 (ONE)

In questo numero sono presenti i seguenti articoli:

Scientists scramble to understand the invisible creatures around us before it’s too late (Lindsey Konkel)

In southwestern Africa, a dozen scientists dig in the dirt. In a week, they’ve transected 100 miles of shifting sand dunes and flat gravel plains...

Bois du Cazier (ONE Team)

The history of the Bois du Cazier coal mining site dates back to a 1822 concession, in which a transcription error caused the name of...

Meet the villagers who protect biodiversity on the top of the world (The Conversation)

It was a chilly February day. Dangwen and his wildlife monitoring team patrolled along the upper reaches of the Yangtze River. The river was frozen solid,...

Ships, planes and cars: a licence to pollute? (Jez Abbott)

Shipping There it is on the horizon, clear as day. At half a kilometre long, it’s hard to miss the hulking outline of a container...

A fine biomess (Toby Lockwood)

Old power plants switching from coal to wood has been one of the major energy trends of the decade, allowing them to avoid carbon taxes...

Biocasa: the house where beauty meets good (Eusebio Loria (ONE Team))

Biocasa is a case study of an Italian house, which is advanced from a green building perspective to be the first private building in Europe...

The Chinese Solar revolution (Alice Masili - ONE team)

If we were convinced to have made the most of the sun’s energy, it was because we had not yet thought of turning a dismantled...

Polar bear books and climate change for children (ONE Team)

Can you bear it that polar bears may go extinct? Polar bears are beautiful and act cute, which leads both adults and children to care...