Guido Guerrini, journalist, and traveler, only with low environmental impact means: he tells us about the latest feat, completed with his Turin - Beijing association during the summer.
An Ode to slow tourism: with the boat (gozzo) along the costs of the Belpaese
A way of traveling chosen by a growing number of people in response to the frenzy that characterizes our daily lives but also to the need to establish a sustainable relationship with nature and the environment.
From Turin to Beijing (and back) with a Diesel-Methane gas car
In 2008, we demonstrated that it was possible to go from Italy to China using only LPG. Ten years later we decided to try something harder...the same trip but using only methane gas.
An LPG fueled trip around the world
Nikolay Balandinsky and Alexandr Morozov, two intrepid Russian travelers have decided to embark on an trip that has always fascinated millions of people: a tour around the globe.
Bari, where the smog detectors have it easy
Bari is one of the 10 Italian cities – among the 50 large cities surveyed in the report on sustainable mobility by Euromobility – that never exceeded the limits imposed by the legislation on atmospheric pollution in 2014.
Macerata, Italian champion of CNG cars
Visit the artistic attraction and natural beauty of Macerata, the city that has the highest percentage of CNG-fueled cars in Italy (15.39%).
The origin of the city’s name derives from the fertility of the Arno valley (in Latin: Florentes) and perhaps with the erroneous Latin interpretation of the Etruscan term Birenz which meant “between the waters”.