Tap water is better

It is better to choose tap water instead of mineral water at home: it is just as good, safe and controlled. Bottled mineral water is not necessarily healthier, has a negative impact on the environment and is an unnecessary expense. The water in the aqueduct is subject...
Nutrition: Limit the foods of animal origin and industrial production. Give preference to fruits, vegetables, whole  cereals and  legumes, better if fresh, from your local area, and cultivated according to current season and in a biological way.

Nutrition: Limit the foods of animal origin and industrial production. Give preference to fruits, vegetables, whole cereals and legumes, better if fresh, from your local area, and cultivated according to current season and in a biological way.

The diet must be healthy, varied and moderate following the general guidelines of the so-called “Food Pyramid”, which involves less use of resources and less pollution (“Ecological footprint”). A vegetarian change would not only reduce overall...
Nutrition: Limit the foods of animal origin and industrial production. Give preference to fruits, vegetables, whole  cereals and  legumes, better if fresh, from your local area, and cultivated according to current season and in a biological way.

Air: do not consume fuels of “fossil” origin (coal, oil, gas). Whenever possible, use renewable energy (solar, photovoltaic, wind, geothermal, energy-saving buildings) and reduce the use of private vehicles in the city by encouraging the use of: bicycles, public transport, shared private vehicles, pedestrian mobility. Limit travel by plane as much as possible by favoring the use of the train, not necessarily at High Speed. Try to oppose against the fashion of cruise tourism.

Air pollution is the basis of many respiratory (bronchial asthma, COPD) cardio-circulatory (heart attack, thrombosis, stroke) and neoplastic (lung cancer) diseases. The main causes of air pollution are industrial activity, domestic heating and unsustainable ways of...