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Outer space

One of the most interesting case studies in the Kiva database ( http://www.kivu.com/wbbook/casestudies.html ) is, from my point ov view, the Participatory Research Mapping (PRM). I'm a geographer, I can't help it. That's why I'm so interested in geographical space, and I'm so concerned about space perception by individuals and social groups.



One of the most important problems which indigenous communities have to face hwen… Continue

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 12:43pm — 1 Comment

Sheperds againist flu

Pandemic flu has reached out island: first cases hit main cities. But the game is not over yet. We can still make the difference. And we have an ace in our sleeves: you.



You sheperds, millenary heritage of our island, can do something really important to fight the flu.



We know you're use to pandemies on your sheeps: you already know basic hygienical rules to avoid diseases-spreading.



We don't have enough doctors to check all the possibly sick people, but if we use… Continue

Posted on May 11, 2010 at 11:51pm

Olive oil

Before I leave this life, I have to share a secret. Someone in my early

age taught it to me, and now I have to tell the world.

Someone taught me how to get oil from olives. Nowadays these plants are

hard to find in my hometown, but someone is still cultivating this,

trying to resist to heat.

Anyway, first of all you need trees. Take care of your olive trees,

protect them from fire, and cut away higher branches in the end of

winter: you'll get more nourishing… Continue

Posted on May 11, 2010 at 8:53pm

Short range food

A new awareness for consumption has led to a new perspective in eating.

People all around the world understood that consuming oil to get fruit out of season or meat from another hemisphere is really not worthy.

So, year after year, people understood the value of eating local food. So, in March 2020, I'm eating some artichokes fried in olyve oil, and a piece of stewed sheep.



To tell the truth: I'm saying that because i live in a small town. In a huge megalopolis this would be… Continue

Posted on May 11, 2010 at 6:20pm

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At 4:24pm on May 14, 2010, Paul Holze said…
By the way, have you followed any of the work done by Carlo Petrini there in Italy with the "slow movement"?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slow_Food
 
 
 

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Stinging Nettle

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