Thinking beyond what is possible

The first person to have walked to the South and North Poles explains how resilience saved his life during near-death experiences.

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Environment & Sustainability

The cave down to the earth

The dilemma between endless human inventions and the responsibility of explaining how they should be treated to those who come after us.

By Giulia Pozzobon

Environment & Sustainability

A different kind of survival of the fittest

The Galápagos archipelago, like many other unique places across the globe, has to contend with more people’s curiosities. 

By Vittoria Traverso

Environment & Sustainability

Flatland climbers

In the 1970s, a group of mountaineers started despising the myth of a hard and pure climber.

By Susanna Marchini

Environment & Sustainability

The metaphysics of plants

Plants age and rejuvenate, a trunk can live for centuries, a branch might last weeks. This rhythm gives plants a sense of time.

By Alberto Tundo