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Posted by Sergio G., January 21, 2021


Category: News


Italy is extremely rich in biodiversity; it has the highest number and density of both animal and plant species within the European Union, as well as a high rate of endemism. This rich biodiversity is in large part due to its range of biogeographic regions, which are the Alpine region, the Continental region and the Mediterranean region, providing differences in climate, topography and geology. These three regions cover the mountain systems of the Alps and the Apennines, islands of Sicily and Sardinia, as well as the continental region in the plains of northern Italy, and the major part of the Italian peninsula which has a Mediterranean climate, owing to its long coastline of around 7,400 km along the Mediterranean Sea.

As an EU Member State, Italy is participating in a process which began in 2014 on the Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystems and their Services (MAES) for assessing the economic value of such services, and promoting the integration of these values into accounting and reporting systems at the EU and national levels by 2020.

Italy is famous for its great food variety and is the origin of the Slow Food movement. It was founded by Carlo Petrini, a wine and food journalist who became disgusted by fast food companies eroding Italy’s ancient culinary culture. Slow Food encourages farmers to grow their products organically and protect the environment.

We are now ready to host great Mice events in Eco & Sustainable Hotels and Lodges in may Italian regions. Our programs will be designed with the right balance of eco consciousness, health and wellness, outdoor events such as picnics, BBQ, botanical gardens, natural protected areas and sculpture parcs, gardening, visit of organic farms.

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