Arancia rossa e frutta importata dall’estero “taroccata” con etilene – meglio quella a “km 0″

Dal mese di ottobre fino a giugno, le arance che troviamo in vendita sono di produzione italiana, anche se possono arrivare da Spagna e Grecia, mentre negli altri mesi dell’anno arrivano dal Sud del mondo. Contrariamente a quanto si potrebbe pensare molte arance non sono di colore arancio. A causa delle condizioni climatiche nel paese di produzioni possono infatti avere tonalità dal giallo al verde. Ma visto che il consumatore desidera un ben determinato colore i frutti vengono trattati chimicamente. In questo caso la maturazione della frutta viene artificialmente accelerata con l’utilizzo di alcune sostanze chimiche. Uno degli … L’articolo Arancia rossa e frutta importata dall’estero “taroccata” con etilene – meglio quella a “km 0″ sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Et cetera -Ballata del lavoro, Edoardo Sanguineti (novembre 1982)

con le due mani nati a lavorare,
nati con i due piedi a camminare
con lavorare si va per salire
per una scala che va a proseguire:
questa è una scala che sale a spirale,
e che qui ci significa la vita:
quando ci sali ti è già incominciata,
quando finisci non ti è mai finita:
e prima i padri, e poi salgono i figli,
che così vanno le generazioni:
questa scala significa la storia,
che chi è passato resta per memoria:
se te la guardi come fosse ruota,
… L’articolo Et cetera -Ballata del lavoro, Edoardo Sanguineti (novembre 1982) sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Chicza Italia: ecco il chewing-gum sostenibile e solidale

Chicza Italia: ecco il chewing-gum sostenibile e solidale Chicza Italia: ecco il chewing-gum sostenibile e solidale Di Giacomo Giulio Gino porta il progetto Chicza dal Messico in Italia, creando benefici ambientali nel bel Paese e non solo. via Virtuousitaly: | Chicza Italia: ecco il chewing-gum sostenibile e solidale Di Giacomo Giulio Gino porta il progetto Chicza dal Messico in Italia, creando benefici ambientali nel bel Paese e non solo. Prosegui la lettura su: Chicza Italia: ecco il chewing-gum sostenibile e solidale Virtuousitaly Chicza Italia: ecco il chewing-gum sostenibile e solidale L’articolo Chicza Italia: ecco il chewing-gum sostenibile e solidale sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Sciopero 9 dicembre 2013: sciopero nazionale forconi e autotrasporto

Lo sciopero del 9 dicembre 2013 è stato considerato il primo sciopero nazionale contro la politica. A fomentare la protesta è il Movimento dei Forconi.  Il Movimento dei Forconi nasce nel 2011 in terra sicula. I fondatori sono Mariano Ferro e Giuseppe Scarlata e il gruppo nasce per protestare contro la politica sorda e indifferente nei […]L’articolo Sciopero 9 dicembre 2013: sciopero nazionale forconi e autotrasporto sembra essere il primo su Controcampus.L’articolo Sciopero 9 dicembre 2013: sciopero nazionale forconi e autotrasporto sembra essere il primo su La Vita Oggi.

How scavenging fungi became a plant’s best friend

How scavenging fungi became a plant’s best friend More than two thirds of the world’s plants depend on Glomeromycota soil-dwelling symbiotic fungus to survive, including critical agricultural crops such as wheat, cassava, and rice. The analysis of the Rhizophagus irregularis genome has revealed that it doesn’t shuffle genes the way researchers expected. Moreover it has expanded its range of cell-to-cell communication genes and phosphorus-capturing genes. via ScienceDaily: Ecology News: Nov. 25, 2013 — Glomeromycota is an ancient lineage of fungi that has a symbiotic relationship with roots that goes back nearly 420 million years to the earliest plants. More than two thirds of the world’s plants depend on this soil-dwelling symbiotic fungus to survive, including critical agricultural crops such as wheat, cassava, and rice. The analysis of the Rhizophagus irregularis genome has revealed that this asexual fungus doesn’t shuffle its genes the way researchers expected. Moreover, rather than having lost much of its metabolic genes, as observed in many mutualistic organisms, it has expanded its range of cell-to-cell communication genes and phosphorus-capturing genes.A team led by the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) and including researchers from the Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (DOE JGI) reported the complete genome of R. irregularis (formerly Glomus intraradices) in a paper published online November 25 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The fungus is a member of the Glomeromycota family and frequently colonizes many plants important to agriculture and forestry. Glomeromycota, also called arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), play a vital role in how phosphorus and carbon cycles through the atmosphere and land-based ecosystems, but exactly how it does this vital job is poorly understood.”This is the first sequenced genome of arbuscular mycorrhizae, the type that is dominant on the planet,” said Igor Grigoriev, one of the senior authors on the paper and lead for the Fungal Genomics Program at the DOE JGI.It was a long hard road to a sequenced arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. In 2006, shortly after the DOE JGI sequenced the first tree genome, Populus trichocarpa, it became apparent that it took a village (of other organisms) to raise a poplar tree. Researchers Jerry Tuskan of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Francis Martin of INRA, recommended that the assembly of Populus-associated fungi and bacteria be sequenced to inform research on perennial plant growth, ecosystem function and plant microbe interactions. … For more info: How scavenging fungi became a plant’s best friend ScienceDaily: Ecology News How scavenging fungi became a plant’s best friend L’articolo How scavenging fungi became a plant’s best friend sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Partnership tra PMI e Startup per il rilancio del Made in Italy

La nascita di partnership tra le PMI e le startup italiane secondo molti sarà la chiave del rilancio dell’economia italiana, digitalizzando le piccole e medie imprese sarà possibile recuperare la competitività ormai perduta del tessuto industriale italianoL’articolo Partnership tra PMI e Startup per il rilancio del Made in Italy sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Ermanno Scervino Mosca: la capsule per i 120 anni del GUM, i bozzetti

Ermanno Scervino celebra i 120 anni del Gum di Mosca e per l’occasione realizza una capsule di tre creazioni in edizione limitata, disponibili nella boutique del GUM e selezionati per l’esposizione celebrativa all’interno del department store. ;Continua a leggere Ermanno Scervino Mosca: la capsule per i 120 anni del GUM, i bozzetti…Commenta » L’articolo Ermanno Scervino Mosca: la capsule per i 120 anni del GUM, i bozzetti sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

ZyXEL, missione innovazione su networking e sicurezza

ZyXEL, produttore specializzato in soluzioni di networking, wireless, security e connettività, conferma il suo impegno nelle attività dedicate ai partner, con due programmi specifici di promozione per il segmento networking e sicurezza. Le due iniziative, denominate Switch Trade Up Program e Security Trade Up Program, consentono ai partner di sostituire le soluzioni obsolete con tecnologie L’articolo ZyXEL, missione innovazione su networking e sicurezza sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Come e perché raccontare il brand più importante: la tua identità

Strano, vero? Ma se ci pensi neanche troppo: in una società in cui tutto diventa più instabile e incerto, devi imparare a raccontare il brand che ti aiuterà a rimanere a galla. Per lavorare bene sul web devi portare avanti i fatti. Devi raccogliere i risultati e consegnare lavori. Devi essere un individuo produttivo. Produttivo forte, continuo, compatto. Senza pause e indugi. Raccontati, ma fallo bene – Unsplash Va bene. Va tutto bene. Questa è la strada da seguire per tutta la tua vita, anche se avevo manifestato interesse per una produttività influenzata dalla triade Lavoro, Studio, Ozio (creativo). Ora …L’articolo Come e perché raccontare il brand più importante: la tua identità sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Rough Diamond di Jonathan Ben Tovim

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Study shows trustworthy people perceived to look similar to ourselves

Study shows trustworthy people perceived to look similar to ourselves When a person is deemed trustworthy, we perceive that person’s face to be more similar to our own, according to a new study. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Nov. 7, 2013 — When a person is deemed trustworthy, we perceive that person’s face to be more similar to our own, according to a new study published in Psychological Science.A team of scientists from the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway University, found that feelings of similarity towards others extend beyond social closeness and into physical characteristics, using trust as the basis in this experiment.Researchers showed volunteers images in which varying percentages of the volunteer’s face were morphed with that of one of two other people, and asked them to decide whether each photo contained more of their face or more of the others.The volunteers then took part in bargaining games with both of the other people — one in which trust was reciprocated, and in the other in which it was betrayed. After the game, the volunteers carried out the photo morph task again and it was found that participants judged the trustworthy player to be more physically similar to them than the untrustworthy one.”Recent studies show that when a person looks similar to ourselves, we automatically believe they are trustworthy. Here we show for the first time that the reverse is also true. When a person is shown to be more trustworthy, it can lead us to perceive that person as looking more similar to ourselves,” said researcher Harry Farmer.The team also believes that their results could hold important implications for social relationships. Lead author Professor Manos Tsakiris said: “Our results show how our perceptions of similarity between us and others extend beyond objective physical characteristics, into the specific nature of social interactions that we have.””It may be that our experience of facial similarity tracks information about genetic relatedness. If so, our results suggest that evidence of trust in others also serves as a cue to kinship,” added co-author Ryan McKay. For more info: Study shows trustworthy people perceived to look similar to ourselves ScienceDaily: Living Well News Study shows trustworthy people perceived to look similar to ourselves L’articolo Study shows trustworthy people perceived to look similar to ourselves sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

New species of shark: Carolina hammerhead

New species of shark: Carolina hammerhead A research team has recently described a new species of hammerhead shark. This discovery is the result of years of study of the rivers and coastal waters of South Carolina. via ScienceDaily: Top Science News: Nov. 7, 2013 — Discovering a new species is, among biologists, akin to hitting a grand slam, and University of South Carolina ichthyologist Joe Quattro led a team that recently cleared the bases. In the journal Zootaxa, they describe a rare shark, the Carolina hammerhead, that had long eluded discovery because it is outwardly indistinguishable from the common scalloped hammerhead. Through its rarity, the new species, Sphyrna gilberti, underscores the fragility of shark diversity in the face of relentless human predation.Quattro, a biology professor in USC’s College of Arts and Sciences, didn’t set out to discover a new cryptic species, let alone one found exclusively in saltwater. When he started as an assistant professor at USC in 1995, he was largely focused on fish in the freshwater rivers that flow through the state before emptying into the western Atlantic Ocean.He has wide interests that include conservation, genetic diversity and taxonomy. A driving force in his scientific curiosity is a desire to better understand evolution. As it turns out, South Carolina’s four major river basins — the Pee Dee, the Santee, the Edisto and the Savannah — are a source of particularly rich ore for mining insight into evolutionary history.Glacial influence had limitsQuattro grew up in Maryland, earned a doctorate at Rutgers University in New Jersey, and completed a post-doc at Stanford University. “New Jersey and Maryland, in particular, had huge glacial influences,” said Quattro. “The areas where rivers now flow were covered with glaciers until 10,000 to 15,000 years ago, and as the glaciers receded the taxa followed them upstream.”In contrast, rivers south of Virginia were not covered with glaciers. “In other words, these rivers have been around for quite some time,” Quattro said. … For more info: New species of shark: Carolina hammerhead ScienceDaily: Top Science News New species of shark: Carolina hammerhead L’articolo New species of shark: Carolina hammerhead sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Responsabile Area Grafica / Digital

Il nostro cliente è un solido Gruppo, presente sul mercato in diversificate aree di business (b2b e b2c) in settori a elevato tasso di sviluppo tecnologico. Responsabile Area Grafica | Digital – Rif. B13350 Sede: Milano Il ruolo Nell’ambito del team dedicato allo sviluppo di nuovi servizi, la posizione sarà responsabile di supportare i Product Managers nelle fasi di concettualizzazione dei nuovi progetti, con responsabilità della grafica di applicazioni in ambito  Web | Mobile | Tablet, individuando soluzioni orientate a massimizzare la user experience dell’utente nel rispetto delle guidelines di Gruppo. Si relaziona inoltre con i team tecnici …L’articolo Responsabile Area Grafica / Digital sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Lower blood sugars may be good for the brain

Lower blood sugars may be good for the brain Even for people who don’t have diabetes or high blood sugar, those with higher blood sugar levels are more likely to have memory problems, according to a new study. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Oct. 23, 2013 — Even for people who don’t have diabetes or high blood sugar, those with higher blood sugar levels are more likely to have memory problems, according to a new study published in the October 23, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.Share This:The study involved 141 people with an average age of 63 who did not have diabetes or pre-diabetes, which is also called impaired glucose tolerance. People who were overweight, drank more than three-and-a-half servings of alcohol per day, and those who had memory and thinking impairment were not included in the study.The participants’ memory skills were tested, along with their blood glucose, or sugar, levels. Participants also had brain scans to measure the size of the hippocampus area of the brain, which plays an important role in memory.People with lower blood sugar levels were more likely to have better scores on the memory tests. On a test where participants needed to recall a list of 15 words 30 minutes after hearing them, recalling fewer words was associated with higher blood sugar levels. For example, an increase of about seven mmol/mol of a long-term marker of glucose control called HbA1c went along with recalling two fewer words. People with higher blood sugar levels also had smaller volumes in the hippocampus.“These results suggest that even for people within the normal range of blood sugar, lowering their blood sugar levels could be a promising strategy for preventing memory problems and cognitive decline as they age,” said study author Agnes Flöel, MD, of Charité University Medicine in Berlin, Germany. “Strategies such as lowering calorie intake and increasing physical activity should be tested.”Share this story on Facebook, Twitter, and Google:Other social bookmarking and sharing tools:|Story Source: The above story is based on materials provided by American Academy of Neurology (AAN). Note: Materials may be edited for content and length. For further information, please contact the source cited above. … For more info: Lower blood sugars may be good for the brain ScienceDaily: Living Well News Lower blood sugars may be good for the brain L’articolo Lower blood sugars may be good for the brain sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Worker sustains horrific injuries following sawmill incident

Worker sustains horrific injuries following sawmill incident via Claims Direct News Feed: Home » No Win No Fee » Latest Personal Injury News » 2013 » 10 » Worker sustains horrific injuries following sawmill incidentWorker sustains horrific injuries following sawmill incidentA Dumfries-based sawmill has been fined after a worker suffered severe arm injuries when it became trapped in a poorly guarded machine.Scott Campbell, aged 32 at the time of the incident, was working for Howie Forest Products at its Kenmuir Sawmills site in Dalbeattie when the accident took place on January 12th 2010.Mr Campbell was stacking wood on a machine when he reached over the top of a safety fence to pick up banding strips to tie some planks together. But as he did this, one of the machine’s components pinned his right arm inside of the fence and trapped it.The man’s arm was then hit by the base block of the machine arm, snapping his elbow and leaving a bone protruding from the skin. Upon arriving at hospital the sawmill-worker was put straight into surgery and the fracture did not repair until four months later.Mr Campbell has returned to work but he is not expected to recover the full range of movement he once had in the limb and this will have a significant impact on his quality of life.An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) looked into the causes of the accident and found Howie Forest failed to assess the risks to employees of improper equipment guarding.Inspectors also criticised the placement of banding strips, which forced workers to put their arms in dangerous areas – as was the case with Mr Campbell.For these guideline breaches, Howie Forest Products was fined £20,000 after it pleaded guilty to not following Section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974.After the prosecution, HSE inspector Russell Berry commented: “This incident was entirely preventable.”If the company had adopted a consistent approach to assessing the risks of all the machines at the site, the higher standard of protection that existed on the newer machines would have prevented this incident from occurring.”Howie Forest Products should have been aware that the safety measures on this stacking unit were inadequate.”By Francesca WitneyOr call us on 0800 884 0321SHARE THIS For more info: Worker sustains horrific injuries following sawmill incident Claims Direct News Feed Worker sustains horrific injuries following sawmill incident L’articolo Worker sustains horrific injuries following sawmill incident sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

‘Phenotype switching’ can make melanoma become metastatic, resistant to drugs

‘Phenotype switching’ can make melanoma become metastatic, resistant to drugs One of the challenges of understanding cancer is trying to determine the mechanisms that drive metastasis, or the process by which tumor cells are able to spread throughout the body. Researchers describe how melanoma tumors use “phenotype switching” — changing their outward appearance — can result in melanoma cells that are highly invasive and more resistant to therapy. via ScienceDaily: Top Health News: Oct. 18, 2013 — One of the challenges of understanding cancer is trying to determine the mechanisms that drive metastasis, or the process by which tumor cells are able to spread throughout the body. In order to investigate metastasis, researchers at The Wistar Institute focused on a process involving the phenotypes — the outward, physical appearance based on genetic coding — of tumor cells. According to the researchers, “phenotype switching” may be involved in changing appearance of melanoma tumors by altering the number and type of protein receptors that dot the surface of the individual melanoma cells within the tumor. Identifying the phenotype patients exhibit may help determine which patients are more likely to benefit from existing medications while also providing an opportunity to create new targeted therapies.The findings were published in the journal Cancer Discovery and are currently available online.”We were able to demonstrate for the first time that different receptors within a single signaling pathway — in this case, the Wnt signaling pathway — can guide the phenotypic plasticity of tumor cells, and increased signaling of Wnt5A in particular can result in an increase in highly invasive tumor cells that are less sensitive to existing treatments for metastatic melanoma,” said Ashani Weeraratna, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Tumor Microenvironment and Metastasis Program of Wistar’s NCI-designated Cancer Center, and senior corresponding author on the manuscript.While melanoma accounts for less than 5 percent of all cases of skin cancer, it is the deadliest form of the disease, resulting in a large majority of all the deaths related to skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. The five-year survival rate for patients with metastatic melanoma is between 15 and 20 percent, and while new, targeted therapies designed to combat the disease based on a person’s genetics have become available in recent years, some of these drugs are not particularly effective in many patients, and many who do respond well to the drugs often eventually become resistant to them. This makes understanding advanced stages of melanoma and what internal processes could be at work all the more important for developing new treatments.Weeraratna and her team focus on Wnt5A, a Wnt signaling molecule that has been found in increased levels in metastatic melanomas. In order for Wnt5A to promote the phenotype switch from early in the tumor’s formation to the time it becomes metastatic, the tyrosine kinase receptor ROR2 is required. When ROR2 is not present, Wnt5A is unable to promote tumor metastasis. The only other member of the family that has been identified is ROR1, and this research was done to determine what role ROR1 might play in the progression of melanoma.The researchers were able to determine that ROR1 inhibited the invasion of melanoma cells, and this receptor was targeted for degradation by Wnt5A and ROR2. … For more info: ‘Phenotype switching’ can make melanoma become metastatic, resistant to drugs ScienceDaily: Top Health News ‘Phenotype switching’ can make melanoma become metastatic, resistant to drugs L’articolo ‘Phenotype switching’ can make melanoma become metastatic, resistant to drugs sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Tendenze Moda Autunno Inverno 2013 2014: la quinta collezione di sneaker Vans x Kenzo, le foto

Per l’autunno – inverno 201372014, uno dei must have di stagione sarà la quinta collezione di sneaker Vans x Kenzo. Tutte le foto sono su Style & Fashion 2.0Continua a leggere Tendenze Moda Autunno Inverno 2013 2014: la quinta collezione di sneaker Vans x Kenzo, le foto…Commenta » L’articolo Tendenze Moda Autunno Inverno 2013 2014: la quinta collezione di sneaker Vans x Kenzo, le foto sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

La sfida delle idee .ItCupDay…OPEN

Sabato 12 ottobre al Palazzo dei Congressi – Pisa, area Smartup dell’Internet Festival, a partire dalle ore 15.00 si terrà .itCupDay, evento conclusivo della business plan competition del Registro .it. Un incontro tra giovani aspiranti imprenditori nel settore dell’ICT e investitori alla ricerca di soluzioni innovative.L’articolo La sfida delle idee .ItCupDay…OPEN sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Confessions of a Gila Monster: Italy – Post 5

Un post di particolare interesse via: italy goods – Google Blog Search: Confessions of a Gila Monster: Italy – Post 5 Italy – Post 5. We're winding down our time in Tuscany. If you've missed any of the previous posts, you can find them here: Part 1 The Villa, Part 2 Lucca, Part 3 Cinque Terre, Part 4 Florence. On Thursday I decided I needed down time, but some of the group went into town for lunch and to Per questo post si ringrazia: italy goods – Google Blog Search e vi invitiamo a continuare la lettura su: Confessions of a Gila Monster: Italy – Post 5 Confessions of a Gila Monster: Italy – Post 5 Web Net 3.0 Confessions of a Gila Monster: Italy – Post 5 Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Il ristorante che serve in tavola prodotti biologici a “metro zero”

Il ristorante che serve in tavola prodotti biologici a “metro zero” Il ristorante che serve in tavola prodotti biologici a “metro zero” Share Materie prime a “metro zero” sulla tavola di un ristorante dotato di un rigoglioso orto: finora li avevamo visti solo ad Amsterdam nel 2001 con la riqualificazione di una serra in vetro del 1921 e a Manhattan al sesto piano di un grattacielo munito di un sistema di piante verticali capaci di offrire prodotti biologici freschi per 10 mesi all’anno. Ma l’orto in città arriva anche in Italia attraverso accordi tra ristoratori e coltivatori diretti. A Milano, grazie alla cucina dello chef Alice Delcourt, apre il suggestivo ristorante Erba Brusca situato sull’Alzaia Naviglio Pavese.  Ristoranti green: le buone pratiche per la ristorazione eco Il ristorante, precedentemente una tipica casa di ringhiera alla periferia della città, è stato originalmente ristrutturato dal giovane team di architetti dello Rga Studio che hanno riprogettato 180 mq di locale e 100 mq di orto e giardino, donando all’insieme un’atmosfera d’altri tempi seppur in chiave moderna. Il locale a “metro zero” presenta due sale interne dalle linee sobrie ma accoglienti. Nella sala più grande, per esporre le numerose bottiglie di vini locali, è stato utilizzato uno scaffale in larice composto da una serie di ripiani che imitano l’accatastamento di cassette per la frutta, il bancone e la boiserie, invece, sono rivestiti in ferro zincato e le luci, infine, sono state realizzate con cavi colorati disposte su carrucole e damigiane dismesse.Gli arredi sono principalmente in legno, lasciando intatto il suo colore naturale con qualche accenno al rosso su alcune sedie, sulle gambe dei tavoli e sulle linee degli infissi. Oltre all’orto dove sono coltivati prodotti biologici, l’esterno presenta due verande. La più piccola è ombreggiata da alte piante di bambù , mentre quella più grande, sotto un pergolato in legno naturale, si affaccia direttamente sull’orto. La zona relax si adagia direttamente sulle sponde del fiume. Oltre ad piccolo parco giochi nel giardino, i bambini vengono intrattenuti da tate professioniste che li accompagnano nell’orto per piccole “lezioni” sulle diverse specie di piante coltivate o di alberi da frutta. Alla fine a ciascun bambino viene regalata una piantina da coltivare a casa. Oltre al concetto di “orto con cucina”, per avere direttamente in tavola garanzia su prodotti biologici a chilometro zero, il ristorante mette a disposizione dei suoi clienti delle biciclette per escursioni e passeggiate lungo il fiume. L’idea di coltivare prodotti e portarli direttamente in tavola consente sicuramente lo sviluppo dell’economia locale ed affascina anche per la possibilità di distaccarsi dal caos milanese e rilassarsi nella natura, in un ambiente familiare e senza l’obbligo di allontanarsi dalla città, ma basta semplicemente raggiungere la periferia (magari lasciando l’auto a casa), per ritrovare la quiete e la genuinità che può offrire un agriturismo di campagna. Leggi anche: Progetti di autogrill: un “vulcano” ecosostenibile lungo l’Autostrada dei Laghi Ai progetti di autogrill si aggiunge Villoresi Est, sorto nel 2012 lungo l’autostrada Milano-Laghi che vanta un flusso di circa trenta milioni Infrastrutture turistiche a basso impatto: il campeggio nel parco naturalistico L’opera rappresenta un mirabile esempio italiano di architettura nel paesaggio e del paesaggio, realizzata tra il 2005 e il 2007 dallo St Case di luce. Architettura pugliese “zero energy” È in fase di realizzazione a Bisceglie (BT) il progetto “Case di Luce-Rigenerazione Urbana Passiva e Architettura a zero Energy”, a cura del Diogene: la mini abitazione sostenibile firmata Renzo Piano Nel giugno 2013 è stata presentata la più piccola abitazione del mondo installata nel giardino del Vitra Campus in Germania. Si tratta di Dioge Tecnologia XLAM per un’abitazione di classe energetica A+ Una casa passiva realizzata a Bione, un comune in provincia di Brescia, è il progetto ad opera dall’architetto di origini brasiliane Marçio Tol Tags: milano orto ristorante via Architettura ed Ecosostenibilità: Bioarchitettura per la riduzione dei consumi energetici.: | Il ristorante che serve in tavola prodotti biologici a “metro zero” Materie prime a “metro zero” sulla tavola di un ristorante dotato di un rigoglioso orto: finora li avevamo visti solo ad Amsterdam nel 2001 con la riqualificazione di una serra in vetro del 1921 e a Manhattan al sesto piano di un grattacielo munito di un sistema di piante verticali capaci di offrire prodotti biologici freschi per 10 mesi all’anno. Ma l’orto in città arriva anche in Italia attraverso accordi tra ristoratori e coltivatori Prosegui la lettura su: Il ristorante che serve in tavola prodotti biologici a “metro zero” Architettura ed Ecosostenibilità: Bioarchitettura per la riduzione dei consumi energetici. Il ristorante che serve in tavola prodotti biologici a “metro zero” L’articolo Il ristorante che serve in tavola prodotti biologici a “metro zero” sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.