7 Reasons to Turn to Bicycle Mobility

In this period, in which coronavirus has obliged us to change our habits, a thing over everything has come to light: the problem of over-pollution. While we were closed at home, doing our duty to avoid the spread of the contagion, we saw the nature taking a sigh of relief. We saw videos of wild animals that walked undisturbed along the streets of towns, the water of canals in Venice becoming clear, dolphins playing near the docks of ports. Personally, I experienced a night of absolute silence, then another one where in the only sound was the rain falling on the balcony and on the ground. Now that phase 2 is started and gradually we’re moving again, I ask myself how pollution situation will evolve: will we adopt more green behaviours?

Sardinia is the destination where everyone will want to go this summer

Most Italians who are closed at home during this period are looking forward to going out. One of the things we miss most are travel. So much so that most are already thinking about summer holidays. At least will we be able to do them?

According to a recent survey conducted by Portale Sardegna on a sample of Italian travelers, it is clear that most of our compatriots have the desire and desire to travel, despite the current situation.

Il coronavirus rischia di “uccidere” il turismo in Italia

La prossima, sarà davvero una Pasqua di passione soprattutto per il turismo – il “made in Italy” per eccellenza: siamo o no il Paese più bello del mondo? – che, proprio nel periodo della Resurrezione, apriva solitamente le porte al mondo intero. E’ vero, i danni che stiamo registrando sono incalcolabili in tutti i settori (industria ed agricoltura “in primis”): se il Pil potrebbe scendere, nel 2020, del 6,5%, il debito pubblico, alla faccia di quei parametri europei della legge di stabilità ora messi da parte da Bruxelles, dovrebbe salire di oltre il 150%, con un “rischio-default” ovviamente rapportato alla durata della pandemia perché nessun virologo si espone ancora in tal senso.