A sign on a café in Venezia reads “I have always complied with the regulations and the decrees. I have always enforced social distancing, masks and hand-sanitizer. I will not close”.
Giuseppe Ciciriello racconta L’Odissea
La Notte Verde di Castiglione d’Otranto, una passeggiata tra le campagne del Salento colpite dalla Xylella per parlare di limiti, riforestazione e dei fantasmi del paesaggio, con la Casa delle AgriCulture Tullia e Gino.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by János Chialá (@janosino) The owner of this field signed a contract with a firm, which also operates the largest olive oil mill in the area, to have all of his trees eradicated, ground into chipped wood and shipped to a biomass power plant in Calabria, some 500 km away, a sorry ending for these majestic trees that used to be the pride of the region.
Today is the ninth day of Av, the month of the Jewish calendar that falls between July and August, which in Hebrew is known as Tisha B’Av and is one of many holidays dedicated to commemorating the historical misfortunes that befell the various peoples who live on the land between the river and the sea.