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Episode 2 - ONCE UPON A TIME, THERE WAS SNOW: THE FUTURE OF MOUNTAIN TOURISM

When will the snow run out in the Alps?
3Bee answers this and many other questions in the second episode of Podcast Biodiverso

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Is Alpine skiing still a sustainable sport?

Will we still be able to ski in the Alps in 10 years? The snow on the mountains is decreasing and 90% of the ski slopes in Italy today depend on artificial snow. We are facing an unprecedented environmental SOS. In the second episode of 3Bee's Podcast Biodiverso, we delve deeper into the topic with Sofia Farina, PhD student in Environmental Sciences, graduate in Atmospheric Physics, and President of Protect Our Winters Italy.

There are many solutions to make mountain tourism more sustainable: do you want to know how to transform a descent on the snow into an action for the climate? To find out, listen now to the second episode of Podcast Biodiverso, with Sofia Farina as guest.

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We proposed a biodiversity game similar to Taboo to our guest Sofia Farina. This is how extra content made of hilarious gags and unmissable curiosities is born. Ready to discover it?

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Discover on the 3Bee blog the behind the scenes of the episode and other curiosities about snow, mountains, tourism and Alpine skiing.

Sofia Farina

Once Upon a Time, There Was Snow

Sofia Farina

Sofia Farina

PhD student in Environmental Sciences, graduate in Atmospheric Physics, and President of Protect Our Winters Italy.

She loves observing and telling stories about meteorology in all its forms. Even while she runs and skis in the Alps. Did you say multitasking?

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Who is 3Bee?

3Bee is the leading naturetech company in Italy in the development of technologies for monitoring and protecting biodiversity, recognized by the EU as the development partner for the first certified biodiversity credits.

Starting from the bee, a fundamental bioindicator, 3Bee collects and interprets environmental data through innovative technologies to monitor the health of pollinators and their connection with ecosystems. 3Bee offers assessment, monitoring, regeneration, and training solutions for biodiversity.

To date, 3Bee has implemented regenerative projects alongside over 500 companies in 10 countries that have chosen to contribute concretely to biodiversity protection. 3Bee collaborates with research centers, schools, farmers, growers, and citizens to promote the importance of biodiversity conservation.

Participate in the largest European study project on bees and biodiversity

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The Biodiverse Podcast is 3Bee's podcast show that addresses current topics such as the climate crisis and biodiversity. In the landscape of Italian podcasts on climate, Biodiverse Podcast is not the usual green podcast, but represents a tool for dissemination, comparison, and learning to tell biodiversity in an unprecedented way and with a new language.