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Agricolture - Plants: essential organisms for the life of Carmelo Maria Musarella

On the occasion of the Fiftieth World Earth Day, the United Nations secretary general, Antonio Guterres, proposes "six climate actions to define the recovery and the work that awaits us." Referring to Covid-19, Guterres claims that the other impelling and no less important is the crisis that our planet is experiencing is the environmental one. More generally, the Secretary of the United Nations invites to pay particular attention to pollution and, above all, to greenhouse gas emissions. *

With this in mind, Dr. Carmelo Maria Musarella, researcher and professor of Plant Biology at the Department of Agriculture of the Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, has accepted the invitation of the Reggio Calabria Educational Alliances Network to hold a short open lesson on a topic that concerned precisely our planet. In particular, Dr. Musarella, botanist and expert in conservation and management of biodiversity, will talk about the importance of plants for our planet, explaining in short how they "work" and what they represent for the survival of all living organisms. He will talk about traditional uses of spontaneous and cultivated plants, the containment of greenhouse gas emissions, the protection of ecosystems and plants for medicinal use, with some reference also to the current pandemic due to COVID-19. The video lesson of Dr. Musarella wants to represent a first contribution to that form of distance learning and open to all that becomes even more necessary in these days of isolation

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