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Modena, zero km fruit and vegetables

Zero-kilometer nutrition is an ever-growing phenomenon, it happens in Rimini with ComuneBio, in Turin with the Orto del Pianalto and a dense network of free fruit and vegetable deliveries is active in Modena, Carpi, Sassuolo and Bologna west at work di Frutti da Favola, an idea created by a group of agricultural entrepreneurs united to offer the consumer a direct relationship, without intermediaries.
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How tablets and smartphones change books and TVs

Technology changes not only the way we read, but also the way we write. Stories become short, short stories, quick novels, the important thing is to be able to read them on tablets and smartphones. It is in fact from these devices that reading takes place more and more often, to the detriment of the paper which for the moment does not seem destined to disappear.
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China, wind overtakes nuclear power

According to the authoritative Chinese voice of the People's Daily, wind is the third energy resource in the country. The news has greatly encouraged the Chinese wind sector, so much so that local governments have accelerated the approval of various projects in the pipeline, so, the Chinese Energy Association (CWEA) estimates that the country's wind capacity will increase by an additional 18 gigawatts by the end of 2013.
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Oru Kayak, the canoe made with origami

Sustainable mobility is not just about asphalt. We saw it with the speedboat with a 12 volt electric motor, capable of carrying a weight of 250 kilograms and larger, with the solar-powered ferry that plows through the aquenpponics. If the most sustainable way to move on land is the bicycle, the one to move in the water is the kayak, both vehicles rely on the physical strength of the pilot and do not require an engine.
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Safari: a green adventure

The Safari is a long excursion characterized by a full immersion in nature with the sole purpose of learning about and observing wildlife. Safari, once practiced by hunters, has now become a cult among nature-loving photographers: no poaching, the only thing that tourists can capture is just a beautiful photograph of the animal, no hunting trophies, only healthy nature tourism!
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