A conversation with Belgium Ambassador Frank Carruet Nowadays, International relations are so difficult to hang. Every country is different and it has multiple needs from a social and economic point of view. In order to maintain peaceful and smart relations with the world, the respect for the country that is locatedRead More →

With the increasing awareness of the impact of waste, there comes a desire to take action. It is very clear that most of the areas around us have a “garbage crisis”. The ground near bus stops is decorated with cigarette butts, grass fields full of plastic wrappers and bottles, theRead More →

Global warming and climate change seem to have become quite a popular trend of talks lately, between scandals in governments, the many strikes all over the globe and the Greta Thunberg phenomenon. But despite all the talks not much has been achieved yet – let’s just hope that ‘we-are-killing-the-world-with-our-pollution’ themeRead More →

On 10th of January, Professor Giulia Costa, Environmental Quality Control teacher to the Global Governance third-year students, organized a visit to the Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant of Malogrotta. Located in the Galleria Valley, Western Rome, the Malogrotta landfill is the largest municipal solid waste site in Europe surrounded byRead More →

Learning from Ecuador to Address Global Problems Locally. Buen viviris a broad concept still under elaboration and represents a plurality of theoretical perspectives, practical realisations, and positions from a variety of actors including indigenous groups, social movements, intellectuals, and politicians. In its most general interpretation, it denotes and aims atRead More →

A new report from the International Panel on Climate Change called individuals, governments and corporations to take major action in the attempt to combat climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The reports call for “drastic action on the policy scale, the business and industry scale, but also on partRead More →

During the past decade, the plastic debris in the oceans has been found guilty of one of the most terrible crimes: murder. There are over 100 million animals killed each year by plastic waste and, if we won’t take action as soon as possible, the problem will get worse. ARead More →