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Huna - Smart City Company
15 | 01 | 2021

A talk with Huna – Smart City Company

Nowadays, we hear more often about smart cities, but do we really know what they are? In short, the smart city is a city that manages resources in a smart way, aiming to become economically sustainable and energy self-sufficient paying particular attention to the environmental impact. In this interview, we had the pleasure to understand […]

emissions gap report UNEP
13 | 01 | 2021

Will the reduction of CO2 emissions in 2020 help to achieve the Paris Agreement goals?

The eleventh edition of the Emissions Gap Report made by UNEP (United Nations Environmental Program) was recently published. This document analyzes the performance of greenhouse gas emissions globally and this year they have seen differences due to the ongoing pandemic. Each year the report analyzes the gap between greenhouse gas emissions forecast for 2030. It takes into […]

WESTEP - 5 modi per ridurre la carbon footprint
24 | 11 | 2020
WE STEP – 5 tips to reduce your carbon footprint

Greenhouse gases are gases in Earthโ€™s atmosphere that trap heat. They let sunlight pass through the atmosphere, but they prevent the heat that the sunlight brings from leaving the atmosphere. What are the main greenhouse gases? The most important ones are water vapor (H2O), carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O), methane (CH4), sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) […]

NoiCompensiamo_Agatheia Intervista
23 | 11 | 2020
A talk with Agatheia’s founders

Many people do not know that the solution to climate change is right under our feet, the ground. Agatheia, the first accelerated start-up from STEP Tech Park, will explain in detail what we meant through our opening sentence.ย  Today, we officially open the series of interviews with the start-ups that have joined the STEP-IN program! […]

limiti planetari
05 | 11 | 2020
The nine planetary boundaries

What are they? Why are they so essential to monitor?  The last fifty years of Economic Development, have led our planet and its delicate mechanisms close to collapse. Since the Industrial Revolution, human activity has been so intense that scientists have declared the end of the Holocene, the geological era characterized by low factors variability […]