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Wave energy: the Triton revolution

Wave energy, which may seem trivial in words, or a utopian ideal for skeptics, is instead a reality and thanks to the Triton revolution. An idea, a project, a campaign, a story worth knowing. With the whole sea that bathes our peninsula, of course, but not only for this: the resonance and benefits of wave energy thanks to Triton are international in scope.
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Jalapeño pepper: benefits and 3 tasty recipes

Peppers are the most consumed condiments in the world. With so many varieties of flavors and spices, there is something for everyone. Today we are going to talk about the jalapeño pepper, its qualities, benefits and recipes, to make the most of this wonder of biodiversity. Characteristics and origin According to agronomist Sabrina Isabel Costa de Carvalho, the jalapeño is the one that stands out the most among the types of pepper of the Capsicum family, native to America.
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Peanut plant: cultivation

Plant peanuts, to produce tasty snacks, seeds, but also oil and butter. They are beyond the format in which we ingest them, seeds with a high protein content so they are only good if eaten with measure.
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Tamarind: plant and its properties

Tamarind, in Italy is often associated with the syrup made from it, but it is a fruit and its pulp, widely used in Asian cuisine, is also used as a spice. It has laxative effects but also antioxidant properties and lowers cholesterol, we can also taste it in jam or learn how to grow it.
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EPI: Environmental Performance Index. Italy is 29 ^

EPI stands for Environmental Performance Index and is a way to measure how much "we disturb the environment around us and consequently also a little ourselves. Based on the EPI, the rankings of the various countries are also drawn up, complete with top ten, who goes down and who climbs. Italy recently finished 29th.
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The fascinating intelligence of plants

This is a documentary about the fascinating intelligence of plants. Only that it works in a peculiar way, and that is why it has been so difficult for us to understand, because time-space is experienced by plants in a way diametrically opposite to ours. As Gagliano says: Plants do not move from A to B, but grow from A to B.
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