Antarctica: “Fishing” Climate Secrets from Cold Deep Waters

The Antarctic Sea is a key engine of the Earth’s climate. It triggers a continuous exchange between the polar cold and the excess heat of the most populated areas of the planet, thus keeping temperatures at levels that make life possible. Today global warming could compromise this global compensation process. We sailed to Antarctica with a team of scientists to find an answer to the question: Is this catastrophe really going to happen?

India Express – 40 days rail-loop India

It is the Shatabdi Express, the train, to hold together many different cultures in the world’s largest democracy. The train in India is a reference for everyone: it also awaits those who do not take it because, in addition to people, brings money and hope. It is a machine of the future that travels in an ancestral world. The tracks become a kaleidoscope of multicolored costumes and civilizations

Checking Glaciers Meltdown with Your Phone

Over the past 150 years the most dramatic glacial retreat. Three-quarters of Swiss glaciers will disappear over the next decades. No more excuses for tourists who love Grindelwald. From today, the “Jungfrau Climate Guide”, a pocketbook available also in the form of Iphone application, invites tourists to travel by train rather than by car and helps them see with their own eyes the tangible effects of climate change, capable of compromising the sustainability and attractiveness of the mountain

India: the Submerged People

Sardar Sarovar Dam: is the name of the largest in the thirty dams built in India as a reservoir for rainwater. The government should have ensured that all those living at the dam were provided with safe house and land to cultivate. The truth is that many villages have been flooded with water and many suspect that the real beneficiaries will be the large industrial complexes and elite tourist structures