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A solar oven to make cement more sustainable

A new project based on CSP technology could contribute to the reduction of emissions generated by the production of cement and other materials.

12 March 2020

The Wrong Prophecy... for now

The wars in the 21st century would be fought over water: the prediction by Ismail Serageldin has not come true, but we’ll need inclusive institutions to ensure that it never does.

11 June 2020

Solar energy to fly beyond the stratosphere

The sky is no longer a limit for current technology, with solar energy it is possible to fly over the stratosphere.


A London-smoke coloured moth

As in many of Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories, the London of “The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans” is cloaked in a ghostly smog…


Trade runners

The choices of computers and algorithms, in finance’s field, are determined by unlimited memories, but they hide pitfalls to be discovered.


Domotics for everything (and everyone)

A technology that keeps on introducing innovations increasingly tailored to our needs.

06 October 2020

Water in a G-Zero World

Living in an era characterized by the unravelling of the old American-led world order complicates both geopolitics and access to water more than ever.


Nordic wine

The effects of global warming affect wine production worldwide.

28 May 2020

Tomorrow’s Europe is circular

New funding in the old continent to promote the development of a sustainable economy in the most strategic sectors.

10 September 2020

A new life for smartphones

What have old smartphones to do with Olympic medals?

11 March 2019

Eni in Dadaab, Kenya: six years of energy, education and charity work

As a result of Eni installing lighting and the first solar panels in schools, 10,000 children have learnt to read and write.

11 November 2020

More than oil alone

Ghana is aiming to diversify its economy and wants to invest the proceeds from oil & gas to provide increasing amounts of financing for education and agriculture. Interview with the Director of the Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP), Benjamin Boakye.

29 September 2020