How Digital Nomads Are Changing the Travel Industry

One of the trends that have characterised these past two years of pandemic is the evolution of what used...

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Environmental and animal protection is included in the Constitution

What is our role in the natural ecosystems? Are humans superior to other animals? These are some of the...

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The new life of end-of-life tires

Many people think that electric cars are the ultimate cure-all for pollution. Recently, however, environmental organisations in Germany have...

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Biogas, the energy that comes from cows

You may have heard of the sustainability issue concerning cattle farming. Not only does it take up vast swathes...

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Corporate sustainability: investing in the future

Sustainability is a priority issue for any company. Not only because the objectives set by the Green New Deal...

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Circular economy: benefits for your business

Circular economy is one of the most widely debated topics of our time. It is now evident and has...

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Palm oil: stop plantations and imports in Sri Lanka

At one time or another, we have all heard about palm oil and learned to think of it with...

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Mobility Manager: a new green job.

What is a mobility manager? Not many people are familiar with this figure, yet it has been recognised in...

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Interview with climatologist Luca Mercalli

Luca Mercalli (Turin, 1966), climatologist, master in mountain sciences at the Université de Savoie-Mont-Blanc, director of the Nimbus magazine,...

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Here are the results of the first edition of Geco Expo

Is a future of sustainable development for Italy really possible? Yes, this is demonstrated by the success and enthusiasm...

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THE BIG DAY HAS ARRIVED: LET`S START GECO EXPO!

Here we go, GECO Expo begins, the first major online fair on sustainability. An entirely Italian organization, for an...

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Tourism and sustainability: a winning combination

Tourism changes according to times and places, but sustainability transforms it into an eternal system of fruition and quality....

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How to participate in Geco: buyer, exhibitors, and visitors

GECO Expo is now about to begin, very little is missing for the inauguration of our event! As the...

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Virtual reality and augmented reality will change the way we travel

Never before has the tourism industry invested so much in innovation and technology to counter a crisis. This situation...

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Venice Lido: towards sustainability and respect for the environment

Some of the world’s most popular resorts, despite having suffered from the global tourism crisis caused by the pandemic,...

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European Green Deal: what it is and how it works

Europe’s climate agreement, also known as the European Green Deal, is one of the world’s most important initiatives in...

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Sustainability sells: informed consumers’ choices

When we talk about sustainability, we often do so in opposition to convenience. We are naturally inclined to think...

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European Commission guidelines to become aware consumers

The debate on climate change is progressing with more intensity than ever before. And no, it is not a...

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GECO: b2b and b2c in one event for sustainable tourism

What is the target audience of the average trade show? We tend to project this kind of event as...

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California to mandate zero-emission trucks by 2035

Of all the American States, California is among the most advanced in terms of environmental protection and often stands...

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How Sydney became a model of sustainability

Sustainability is a planetary concern, but not all countries and cities are moving at the same pace to achieve...

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Adani Group: from coal giant to renewable energy pioneer

In Europe, the name of Adani Group is relatively unknown, except to those who have an interest in energy...

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The Genoa San Giorgio Bridge: sustainability and the future of Italy

August 14, 2018 will remain forever a fateful date in Italian history. On that day, in Geona, the Morandi...

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Ellen, the first electric ferry in the world

Greta Thunberg sailed across the Atlantic, reminding the world that travelling by sea is more sustainable than travelling by...

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The National Innovation Fund: what it is and how it works

Innovation is crucial to the survival of any industry, especially at this moment in history. The crisis we are...

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The 15-minute city: this is what future metropolises will look like

Welcome to the 15-minute city. This new concept could be the key to rebuilding our post-pandemic world by transforming...

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Enit and Ferrero teamed up to promote Italy’s image

Who is responsible for promoting national tourism? Industry professionals, public institutions? And why not brands? This question has been...

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How to make corporate travel sustainable

Sustainability is a hot topic in the tourism industry. Traveling is one of the least sustainable human activities, consuming...

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Solar power incentives in Italy: what you need to know

The switchover from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is one of the great challenges of our time. Much...

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Coronavirus lockdowns gave our cities cleaner air

Lockdowns have started again all over Europe and we can’t help but remember how traumatic our first experience with...

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How to network at a virtual sustainability fair

Networking at a trade show is not easy. And if you switch to a completely new platform that has...

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What is the difference between a tourist and a traveller?

Surely you have heard of the difference between tourists and travellers. Those who identify themselves with the second category...

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Slow tourism: it’s all about the experience

Have you ever heard of Slow Tourism? A new travel philosophy has emerged in the tourism industry as a...

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