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Welcome to “The Hive of Science”, a space devoted to bringing young independent people together who are working across the globe towards a common goal: improving people´s life without compromising our planet´s natural wealth, all this under the scope of science. In this website, you will find information about a number of different initiatives, including topics ranging from climate change action, to the design of neuro cerebral systems to assist psychical disabled people.

At the same time, you can follow our blog, where we will be discussing and giving our views on current issues. In our news section, you will find a compilation of relevant news that we have found interesting and worth sharing. Additionally, you are more than welcome to check out our gallery, where you can find a miscellanea of pictures from some of our trips across the globe!

We would love to share our adventures and passion with you, and we hope you enjoy your visit!

01-09-2020

A snapshot of international climate change law and climate finance

This post gives an overview of the international law of climate change since the Paris Agreement came into force in 2015, and picks apart the system of financial support for developing countries.

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17-08-2020

Urban Gardening – Fighting Food Insecurity in Food Deserts

Many people around the world struggle with hunger. Could urban community gardens be part of the solution?

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24-07-2020

Plastic litter: Where does it come from?

Have you ever asked yourself about the origin of all the plastics that we find in the sea? Here I present you some interesting and important facts about our current plastic crisis!

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22-07-2020

Covid-19 pandemic and its relationship with the climate crisis

In this video, I talk about some of the reasons why we, humans, struggle to deal with crises, taking the example of the Covid-19 pandemic and the climate crisis

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20-06-2020

The Fossil Free Movement

A post discussing the environmental impact of fossil fuels and the pressure exerted by activists on governments, institutions and companies to withdraw financial support from fossil fuel companies.

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03-06-2020

Electronic Waste: A Growing Threat with an Unjust Distribution

Electronic devices contain precious materials but also hazardous substances. Most electronic waste is illegally shipped to low- and middle-income countries, where they pose serious problems.

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23-07-2020

Understanding Climate Driven Migration

Using sophisticated models, current examples and extensive research, this article details how climate change may drive global migration patterns into the future.

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27-04-2020

Contribute to the Earth Inventory with The Explorers

The Explorers is taking an inventory of the Earth's natural, cultural and human heritage and wonders, through contributions of a community of people posting photos and videos.

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27-03-2020

What the Coronavirus Means for Climate Change

Lockdowns and distancing won’t save the world from warming. But amid this crisis, we have a chance to build a better future.

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15-01-2020

European Green Deal gets an upgrade by MEPs

Parliament today backed the European Green Deal proposed by the Commission in December, and demanded higher ambition, on several key issues, such as biodiversity, deforestation, oceans and agriculture

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24-12-2019

Australia fires: A visual guide to the bushfires and extreme heat

The massive bushfires in Australia are being fueled by record-breaking temperatures. Climate change may be one reason to explain the severity and intensity of the fires, experts say.

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22-11-2019

Australia bushfires factcheck: are this year's fires unprecedented?

Conservative commentators have pointed to a long history of bushfires to suggest there is nothing unusual about this season. Experts disagree.

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