Environment and Climate Change

Global Warming is defined as the increase in the planet's temperature compared to the pre-industrial era and it is caused by increasing amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases trapped in the atmosphere that absorb heat from solar radiation.

Human activities, such as the use of fossil fuels, deforestation or the raising of livestock are the main sources of greenhouse gas emissions.

The problem is considered among the greatest challenges of our time, since it brings with it not only environmental risks, but also repercussions on human rights, such as new conflicts and mass migration.

We have collected materials and research, thanks to experts such as Filippo Giorgi or Emanuele Bompan, and the work of activists and artists such as Anne De Carbuccia, to understand this link between environment and rights.