Gabriele Crescente is Europe and environment editor at Italian weekly Internazionale.

Previously he edited the op-ed section and worked at the multilingual European news site Presseurop. He is the author of Storia mondiale del lockdown (Laterza 2022). His main focus is on the climate and environmental crisis and the energy transition.

Languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese

Gabriele Crescente

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Gabriele Crescente
Climate crisis, environment, European affairs, strategic issues

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(Mis)Managing Water

  • Corruption
  • Environment

ITALY/SPAIN - Both countries are considered to be under high water stress, but while a recent drought that hit Italy has mostly subsided, water scarcity is ravaging Catalonia, in northeastern Spain, laying bare the unpreparedness of water infrastructure to deal with such a traumatic manifestation of climate change.

Cecilia Butini

Climate, COPs, NAPs... and Africa

  • Environment

ACCRA — Africa produces less than 4% of the greenhouse gases that are thought to lead to climate change, and yet continental Africa is expected to be the most affected by climate change.

Emerging Energy Cooperatives: Bright Future or Great Failure?

  • Energy
  • Environment

WARSAW - Dreams of growing megawatts like tomatoes on a windowsill. Will energy cooperatives give power to the people?

Silviu Matei

Thirsty Europe: How Communities Cope with Increasing Droughts

  • Cities
  • Environment

TYROL - As a result of climate change, droughts are on the rise in Europe and local and national governments are preparing for increasingly dry years. 

Teseo LaMarca