Adaptive Surf in Italy: URKELL X SURFORALL
"Our goal is to give people with various types of disabilities the happiness and smile of enjoying the marine environment and experiencing the wonderful sensation of surfing on waves. Just as it has been happening in most of Europe and the world for some time now."
Our POV On Black Friday
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are some of the most polluting shopping periods of the year, it is no use trying to dodge the fact or hide it away: overconsumption generates an increase in greenhouse gas emissions, waste of materials and clothes sales that soon will end up in a landfill.
From Florence to Cape Town. On a bike. The wild ride of Dario and Oliver
On 10 October, they started out from Piazzale Michelangelo in Florence and cycled towards France. Then Spain and finally Morocco, from where they will board their long journey across the western backbone of Africa to Cape Town, the ultimate destination.
Skateboarding in Amman: URKELL x 7HILLS Skatepark
At the end of February, Urkell flew to Jordan for a short trip. It was the perfect chance to meet the crew of 7Hills in downtown Amman, a genuinely grassroots project that plays a key role in the community, revolving around the first skatepark built in the capital city.
OutBe: the newborn start-up connecting science, nature and people
Monday 1 March OutBe was born, the innovative start-up connecting science, nature and people through outdoor sports.
NATURE + SCIENCE : A Century of Global Warming
The Glasgow climate conference was held a month ago triggering different reactions about the real impact of the commitments made and the agreements reached during this meeting. The Paris Agreement review conducted at Cop26 is considered unsatisfactory by many experts. After the conference, the most important deal was signed on the reduction of coal consumption (coal emissions represent approximately the 40% of the global carbon dioxide emitted), explicitly discussed for the first time at an international meeting on climate. A small step forward, but still not enough compared to the major issues on the table.