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Bringing Awareness about the Environment and Healthy Living: Nourishing the Planet’s Energy for the Survival of Life

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Bringing Awareness about the Environment and Healthy Living: Nourishing the Planet’s Energy for the Survival of Life
Résumé
This research is based on the education of the environment to preserve the planet and create a public awareness. We are striving to educate others on how to nourish the earth, promote energy useful to the human life with healthy developments and guarantee good health. This study began in Valle Argentera Municipal district of Sauze di Cesana. This environment, the pastures and the production of “noble milk”, meaning the purest form of milk, where the indigenous people’s lifestyle made homogeneous through adaptation to the alpine ecosystem. By this, it gives results useful for the divulgation of “good practices”. The Sauze community in the inter-living propose new courses of nourishment and nourishing oneself. This area is rich in providing fresh product that has not been manipulated and it’s the main resource to this area. It is the total essence of the Sauze community. For more than a thousand years the church of San Restituto is the focal point and the symboliser of faith and the work ethic to this community. It is the imposing spiritual and cultural fortress in the heart of the Valley. For this population, the land in both the materials and universal goods is to be defended and cultivated with knowledge and respect. From here, comes the first indication of “territorial health”, from unpolluted water to pastures, how attention to origins and self-nourishment is balanced thanks to the honest use of resources. Human life, land, water, livestock are one in the same. Products are the result of knowledgeable balance. In this district, there are families that have inhabited the area for generations upon generations back: Berton, Perachon, Manzon, Merlin, Prin Abeil, Prin Clari, Prin Derre. This innovation of this research consists in education of “good practices” to promote the wheel of life.
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Année
2014
Publié en
Journal Biological page 5
25/01/15 - Introduit par: Renata Freccero
Sustainable development of small rural communities
Thème principal: Sustainable development of small rural communities