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  • Rural Digital Europe
  • Research data
  • Research software
  • 2013-2022
  • Italian

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  • Italian
    Authors: 
    Canale, Pietro Simone;
    Publisher: University of Salento

    Il saggio espone i contenuti di due rappresentanze del consultore del governo del Regno di Sicilia, Giacinto Dragonetti, inviate negli anni Novanta del Settecento al Consiglio delle Finanze a Napoli per riferire sullo stato delle dogane siciliane e sul lavoro della Giunta delle Dogane di Palermo. I due documenti esprimono il sostegno del consultore alla riforma del sistema doganale e mostrano la situazione economica della Sicilia in un momento di grande trasformazione economica. Dalle relazioni emerge l'orientamento economico e politico di Dragonetti, il quale sottolinea le criticità dell'isola e la mancanza di un intervento del governo. Nei documenti sono descritti lo stato dell'agricoltura, il grado di sviluppo delle arti e del commercio, sono prese in esame le principali voci di produzione, di importazione e di esportazione per l'anno 1795-1796. Alle due relazioni sono allegati dei rapporti sul commercio, sugli introiti delle dogane marittime siciliane e sulle provvigioni degli ufficiali di secrezia. The paper discusses the contents of two letters sent by the Kingdom of Sicily's secretary of the state - who in italian is called "consultore del governo" - Giacinto Dragonetti, to the Naples' Council of Finance, during the 1790s. These letters were meant to report on the Sicilian customs' conditions and the programme of reform advocated by the so-called Giunta delle Dogane, an institution created by the government in Palermo in the year 1786. The two documents record the secretary of state's support for the above-mentioned programme of reform and reconstruct Sicily's economic situation. Dragonetti examines the state of agriculture and the development of the arts and commerce, taking into consideration the main agricultural and manufacturing production, import and export in the years 1795-1796. The two reports are attached relations on trade, on the proceeds of Sicilian maritime customs and commissions of Secrezia officers, unpublished documents on the late eighteenth-century Sicily.

  • Open Access Italian
    Authors: 
    Silvia Márquez; Elena Lázaro; Raúl Zornoza;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | Diverfarming (728003), EC | Diverfarming (728003)

    Introductory video in Italian about H2020 Diverfarming project. We show here the benefits of diversified cropping systems and why Europe needs crop diversification. With the long-term view of increasing diversification and biodiversity in Europe and fostering sustainable development of bioeconomy, the Diverfarming consortium come together to develop and deploy innovative farming and agribusiness strategies. Diverfarming will increase the long-term resilience, sustainability and economic revenues of agriculture across the EU by assessing the real benefits and minimising the limitations, barriers and drawbacks of diversified cropping systems under low-input agronomic practices that are tailor-made to fit the unique characteristics of six EU pedoclimatic regions (Mediterranean south and north, Atlantic central, Continental, Pannonian and Boreal), and by adapting and optimising the downstream value chains organization. This approach will provide: i) increased overall land productivity; ii) more rational use of farm land and farming inputs (water, energy, machinery, fertilisers, pesticides); ii) improved delivery of ecosystem services by increments in biodiversity and soil quality; iii) proper organization of downstream value chains adapted to the new diversified cropping systems with decreased use of energy; and iv) access to new markets and reduced economy risks by adoption of new products in time and space. The diversified cropping systems will be tested in field case studies for major crops within each pedoclimatic region. In the end, Diverfarming focuses on research and innovation for rural development, with emphasis on developing new framework systems and business models adapted to the rural context of each pedoclimatic area of the EU, to foster sustainable growth through adoption of diversification, sustainable practices and efficient use of resources.

  • Open Access Italian
    Authors: 
    M��rquez, Silvia; L��zaro, Elena; Zornoza, Ra��l;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | Diverfarming (728003)

    Introductory video in Italian about H2020 Diverfarming project. We show here the benefits of diversified cropping systems and why Europe needs crop diversification. With the long-term view of increasing diversification and biodiversity in Europe and fostering sustainable development of bioeconomy, the Diverfarming consortium come together to develop and deploy innovative farming and agribusiness strategies. Diverfarming will increase the long-term resilience, sustainability and economic revenues of agriculture across the EU by assessing the real benefits and minimising the limitations, barriers and drawbacks of diversified cropping systems under low-input agronomic practices that are tailor-made to fit the unique characteristics of six EU pedoclimatic regions (Mediterranean south and north, Atlantic central, Continental, Pannonian and Boreal), and by adapting and optimising the downstream value chains organization. This approach will provide: i) increased overall land productivity; ii) more rational use of farm land and farming inputs (water, energy, machinery, fertilisers, pesticides); ii) improved delivery of ecosystem services by increments in biodiversity and soil quality; iii) proper organization of downstream value chains adapted to the new diversified cropping systems with decreased use of energy; and iv) access to new markets and reduced economy risks by adoption of new products in time and space. The diversified cropping systems will be tested in field case studies for major crops within each pedoclimatic region. In the end, Diverfarming focuses on research and innovation for rural development, with emphasis on developing new framework systems and business models adapted to the rural context of each pedoclimatic area of the EU, to foster sustainable growth through adoption of diversification, sustainable practices and efficient use of resources.