Farming without farmland
A year with Alice, Fabio, Martin and a thousand sheep
The impact of climate change on skiing: the wastelands of the Apennines
100 years after the birth of Pasolini, we embark on a journey through the personal geographies of this universal author.
A divisive intellectual figure whose work is still highly relevant today.
Rome’s other world: life on the banks of the river Tiber
Ever since the 1950s they’ve been emigrating from the Barbagia region of Sardinia to try and conquer the Palio di Siena
lt’s ten years since the Costa Concordia disaster, and the ship no longer exists. And yet objects from that tragedy can be found all over Italy. They are relics that tell stories
A wild, stone treasure chest: the rebirth of Alta Murgia
The germplasm bank that conserves seeds
Thanks to a multinational, Europe’s leading tobacco producer can breathe once more