Italy’s first climate lawsuit targets major oil company ENI
The plaintiffs are claiming past and potential future damages, saying Eni’s policies violate the Paris Agreement.
Fascism: hello, goodbye
Italy just elected a far-right leader. Is this the beginning of a resurgence of fascism, or the beginning of the end?
Italy’s far right rode inequality to victory — but has no...
A let-the-rich-be government has opened the doors to the smiling heirs of Italy’s neofascist factions.
Italian government bans large cruise ships from entering Venice lagoon
Venice will no longer allow large cruise ships from entering the Basin of San Marco, the Canal of San Marco and the Giudecca Canal.
How austerity and anti-immigrant politics left Italy exposed
Austerity and an anti-immigrant blockade left Italy with an older population and underfunded health care. Could the same happen here?
Roman chef feeds the homeless in a lifelong mission to help...
Dino Impagilazzo's mission is now made up of 300 volunteers who cook and serve hot meals near train stations and in St. Peter's Square to help feed the growing number of homeless people in Rome.
Italian mayor blames Venice flooding on climate change
Venice saw the highest tide in 50 years on Tuesday night threatening many monuments throughout the historic city putting it in a...
Italy’s public schools add mandatory climate crisis courses to curriculum
This move puts Italy at the forefront of environmental education.
Amid tensions, Italians set to go to the polls
The national election scheduled for March 4 could see a breakthrough moment for the country’s new right, but fear and anger are building up.
VIDEO: Artist Emily Jacir Brings the Palestinian Experience to the Venice...
As the most prestigious international biennial art exhibition in the world takes place in Italy, Democracy Now speaks with one of the most celebrated Palestinian artists, Emily Jacir, who joins the Venice Biennale.
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