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What we do:

R!SE meets the communication needs of a wide variety of actors: media, institutions, foundations, companies and European projects. It uses varied and innovative tools, such as 360° filming, data animation and illustration. It also focuses on the training of journalists, young professionals and educators of all sectors and levels, using social communication as a transversal means of content dissemination.

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Topics once reserved for technicians and researchers now touch everyone's life in such a decisive way that everyone must be able to understand them: the geopolitics of the energy transition affects our energy bills and our wellbeing, while nature on the outskirts of cities, the arrival of wild boars and protected species in urban areas require us to have a new understanding of the coexistence between man and the environment. R!SE will propose a transversal approach to the different environmental issues, while focusing on a few main areas of action:

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Biodiversity and habitat

which will focus on issues more closely related to nature, such as habitat destruction, deforestation, endangered species, the return of large carnivores (bear, wolf and lynx in Europe, for example), and the exploitation of natural resources. New and old environmental crimes will be discussed (from poaching to the new involvement of mafias in the international trafficking of timber or protected species) and technological solutions to combat all these phenomena, from the use of interconnected sensors to the analysis of satellite images using artificial intelligence.

Climate change

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a theme that most of all will be transversal to the work of R!SE, but which will also be specifically addressed from the perspective of both mitigation (reducing emissions) and adaptation (an issue that is often little considered, both politically and in the media). Stories related to both ecosystems and human environments will be worked on: sustainable cities and alternative mobility, climate migrants. We will talk about how the phenomenon affects both fauna and flora, as well as humans: we will also talk about how the relationship with the land is changing, about environmental threats to the last indigenous people of Europe and the world, how traditional foods and nutritional biodiversity are disappearing.

which will first of all discuss the different elements of the transition to a zero-emission system, but will also touch on aspects related to energy access and Just Transition, i.e. the social component of the transition. This will range from topics such as the story of new renewables (marine and geothermal, for example) to the green energy revolution that is radically transforming the face of many African countries, to batteries and energy distribution, decarbonisation of transport and the sustainable future of global industry.

Energy transition and sustainable industry