1) Zero Waste
For decades, Naples was famous for being the city with the worst waste management in the world. Large companies and the Mafia earn well from the garbage policy. While toxic pollution is getting dangerous for the population, a new mayor comes along determined to stand up against the Mafia. Will he be able to turn Naples into an example for "Zero Waste"...?
Baiae, an ancient Roman city lost to the same volcanoes that entombed Pompeii. But unlike Pompeii, Baiae sits under water, in the Bay of Naples. Nearly 2,000 years ago, the city was an escape for Rome's rich and powerful elite, a place where they were free of the social restrictions of Roman society.