Teaching elements for teaching soil

29 November 2023
Biella (Italy) & Online
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Food, climate change, biodiversity, circular bioeconomy: these are the key themes around which the teaching elements for teaching the soil will be structured: the factory of life, a training course for teachers scheduled for next Wednesday in Cittadellarte, in via Serralunga 27 in Biella.
A training programme, organised by RE SOIL Foundation (partner of PREPSOIL) provided to professors of primary & secondary schools. The training programme counted with the testimonial of "Liceo Scientifico e Artistico G Marconi - Italy", which was one of the winners of the 1st Open Call of Best Teaching Practices for Healthy Soils" (see from 02:43:30 in the recording below). The overall goals of PREPSOIL project, as well as the 2nd Open Call of Best Teaching Practices were presented at the event (see from 00:33:30 in the recording below).



  • 3:00pm: Welcome and presentation of the LET Eat Bi project –Armona Pistoletto - Cittadellarte - Let Eat BI
  • 3:10pm:
    • introduction of Re Soil Foundation, Horizon Mission Soil PREPSOIL project, the 2nd Call for Best Primary & Secondary Teaching Practices for Healthy Soils promoted by Prepsoil, prof.ssa Debora Fino - Politecnico di Torino - RE SOIL FOUNDATION Manuele Degiacomi - ECOFFICINA
    • Presentation  of the “Carbon Cycle, Soil and Biodiversity within Italian students” project (winner of the 1st Best Teaching Practices call promoted by Prepsoil). Stefania Minelli – Liceo Scientifico e Artistico G. Marconi
  • 3:40pm: Presentation of SOILAB experiments and practical experiences
  • 4:25pm: Climate change: effects on soil and plant health and strategies to limit their impacts - prof. Massimo Pugliese – Università degli Studi di Torino
  • 5:10pm: From waste to resource: the bioplastics example- how circular bioeconomy can improve organic waste recycling - the TEACHING SUSTAINABILITY educational kit - Annalisa Perelli - NOVAMONT Manuele Degiacomi - ECOFFICINA
  • 5:30pm: Q&A and conclusions