Hello everyone, thanks for being here. I think inconvenient themes and some investigative journalism deserve more attention than usual, with the due respect for the journalists who took the risk of writing those articles. Below are some illustrations from this kind of articles I read in the past months.
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Smart people are more likely to believe fake news, science says.
How dangerous is for journalists to dig in environmental scandals.
The US media's failure in communicating climate changes.
How NGOs are more and more becoming a target of the right wing across Europe.
The close link between deforestation in the Gran Chaco forest and the breeding of cows.
The 'Made in Italy' we shouldn't be proud of. From 2015 to 2018 the Italian country has allowed EUR 36,82 billion in commissions for exporting weapons.
Google helps bankroll more than a dozen organisations that have pushed against moves to stop climate change.
How fast the Antarctica collapsing will be?
Fossil fuel companies will increase plastic production by 40% investing $180bn in plastic factories feeding the global packaging binge.
The rise of globalisation has fuelled a boom in inequality in advanced nations. The biggest winners have been the richest 1% of people on the planet.