Learning by the past: MEMOLA animation video

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Memola project studies the formation process of historical landscapes in relation to the use of natural resources, especially soil and water, in order to define strategies for the conservation, diffusion and connection between cultural heritage and environment.
The project produced two interesting animation videos illustrating the importance of shared water management and the way how it contributes to solve conflicts,  promote and preserve culture identities of rural communities.

 

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