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Marco Pili's atelier is a white parallelepiped lying on the quiet outskirts of Nurachi. Three segments of simple green curtain shut the first room from the street glance. Dozens of canvases rest on the wall and the totems dedicated to is launeddas stand like people waiting at the bus stop. On a brown iron arch bells hang that ring if touched by the wind. Between this section, and the identical and subsequent, two large windows enclose a rectangle of uncovered gravel that houses dry spots of color and a solitary cactus.

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A virtuous Sardinia emerges from the Ecoforum organized by Legambiente Sardinia on the circular economy. Two nourished round tables gathered on Thursday 12 December in the lecture hall of the "Michele Giua" Institute in Cagliari, to sum up the state of the art in the waste management system, and the spontaneous excellences of the territory in terms of circular economy.

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The small off-road vehicle enters the track that runs along the banks of the Mistras lagune. Reeds, willows, bushes and a shady tunnel of pines parade through the window. Then the passage opens into the body of water, lightly blurred by the mistral wind. The pink multitude of flamingos helps to underpin the illusion of immobility. The hide is interrupted by the passage of the osprey, which crosses the cold blue of January flying past the first and second roost.