Wired.it launched in 2009 to bring stories about people and ideas that are changing our day-to-day world. They aim at explore the next big ideas in science, culture, business and rely heavily on engaging photography and video.
Since the US edition of Wired launched in 1993, the magazine has been synonymous with informed and intelligent analysis with a fresh angle, and a consistently reliable predictor of change.
Agritools is a journalistic research project that aims to understand the real effects of the use of ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies) in the field of agriculture, fisheries and livestock in Africa.
Over 2.8 billion people in the world lack access to proper sanitation, putting human security in jeopardy. This project highlights the impact of this human development failure in India and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A movement of farmers and scientists is promoting a worldwide sustainable and participatory approach to agriculture and food sovereignty. This project documents the impacts of this innovation in northern and southern rural communities.