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A life on our Planet

On October 4th Netflix released the most waited documentary (perhaps) of the year: a life on our Planet, by David Attenborough. For those of you who don’t know him, David Attenborough is living legend and monument of environmentalism. He became his television career in the 50s by travelling the world and documenting about wildlife, ecosystemsContinue reading “A life on our Planet”

An environmental analysis of the first presidential debate

Yesterday night was on the first of the 3 public debates leading to the presidential election of the United States, planned for 3rd November. In one side we had the president of the United States Donald Trump (Republican candidates) while on the other the former vice president of Obama administration, Joe Biden (Democratic candidate). PrologueContinue reading “An environmental analysis of the first presidential debate”

Last Week Summary

14-20 September Have you ever thought about how big is Mexico? According to Wikipedia, its area is approximately 1.9M km2. A pool of scientists from 17 different countries has calculated that over the last 13 years the wilderness lost worldwide is the size of the North American Country. Read the article -> Link. How willContinue reading “Last Week Summary”

Last week summary

7 – 13 September Experts at a US zoo are trying to figure out how a 62-year-old ball python laid seven eggs despite not being near a male python for at least two decades. Three of the eggs from the snake in St Louis zoo remain in an incubator, two were used for genetic samplingContinue reading “Last week summary”

4 environmental reasons why Donald Trump should not get the Nobel Peace Prize

My morning routine is pretty much the same as any other pothead you might know. You wake up, postpone the alarm and then you’re late for everything you set that alarm for the evening before. Business as usual they’d say. But not today: today I nearly choked on my morning coffee while waiting for theContinue reading “4 environmental reasons why Donald Trump should not get the Nobel Peace Prize”

Last week summary

31 August – 6 September Following the public statement of Labour Leader Keir Starmer, who last week defined climate change protest group Extinction Rebellion as a criminal gang “characterised by violence or the threat of violence and by the use of bribery and corruption”, the group replied saying that the accusation are ridiculous and disrespectfulContinue reading “Last week summary”

Daily tip (with meme)

As promised, when Parliament came back to work last week, climate change activists Extinction Rebellion started their announced disruption across England, in major cities like London and Manchester. I hope they will be able to fight for what they believe in, remembering that a fight for the Planet must be a peaceful one, otherwise weContinue reading “Daily tip (with meme)”

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