Santa Teresa Bay has become Italy's first underwater 'living' lab, providing data to study extreme weather events and measure the effect of climate change on seawater.
Although significant improvements in social sustainability are expected soon, more can be done to improve transparency, monitoring and accountability.
As part of Italy’s G20 presidency, you can visit an urban park in Rome by app or in person, to discover how we can create a more sustainable world.
To kickstart the already weakened economy post-COVID, the Italian government established ENEA Tech, to invest in innovative technologies and create jobs.
A new floor for the Colisseum will give visitors a clearer idea of how the arena would have looked when gladiators fought there.
A study has shown that around 51,000 premature deaths could be prevented each year if cities reduce nitrogen dioxide pollution and increase sustainability.
By 2050, the working age population in Korea and Italy will be around 80% of its original size. In Japan, the country most heavily affected, that number will be just over 60%.
On a per capita basis, Italy is 4th in the world for number of coronavirus deaths, despite being at 37th for number of cases.
In total, there are 1,121 monuments listed in UNESCO sites, across 167 countries. This list shows which countries are home to the most.
Italy’s first official COVID-19 case was detected in February, but two studies suggest coronavirus could have been present in Italy from as early as September 2019.
Mario Palazzetti, the inventor of the anti-lock braking system on cars, has now designed a small gadget that aims to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Once home to ancient chariot races, Circus Maximus in Rome is reopening as an opera venue as organisers look for locations that allow for social distancing.
Improved water quality and less human activity, as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown has to marine life in Italy flourishing, the country's coast guard has found.
A study of coronavirus infections in the Italian town of Vò found that 40% of cases were asymptomatic, which could help our understanding of how it spreads.
The Alpine glacier that represents the boundary between the two countries is retreating, leaving a question mark over where one mountaintop eatery stands.