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Culture And Sustainability Are The New Cool In Italy

05-03-2016 05:31 PM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: Sustainable Media

Beyond pasta, pizza, and olive oil, Italians are also proud to honor social sustainability and cultural pioneers in the upcoming 2016 Nicola Zingarelli Awards.

Every year, the Nicola Zingarelli award honors the presence of eminent personalities in the world of Italian culture. This year, the special award “Non omnia possumus omnes” (“Not all of us can do it”) is honoring actor, author, and social sustainability expert, Michele Lastella.

Michele is a pioneer in social sustainability, which simply means that while working on the task of helping sustain our planet, we must sustain the social space around us as well. “Just as fracking, animal agriculture, or fossil fuels are affecting the life of our planet, the way we treat each other is affecting our social values,” said Lastella, founder of Sustainable.Media. “It’s time we understand that we are all connected to one another, and we must try to work together as one.”

The VIII edition of the Nicola Zingarelli award is a great honor for the Italian culture. Mr. Zingarelli is the founder of the original Italian Dictionary, and was born in the city of Cerignola, Italy. Michele was born in the same city and grew up working on Italian farmland, growing grapes for wine, olives, and other produce through biodynamic agriculture. He talks the talk.

Through Sustainable.Media, Michele invites everyone to be part of a culture of independent and honest media and funding such as film and publishing, where people can participate and unveil the truth about big corporate interests, geo-political conflicts, big agriculture, and others, and spread the word about sustainable technology, lifestyle medicine, nutrition, and food supply among others.

About the Nicola Zingarelli Awards: The VIII edition of the Nicola Zingarelli awards will be held on May 7th, 2016 at the Saverio Mercadante Theater in the city of Cerignola, community of Puglia, Italy, with the participation of writers, journalists, and celebrities from all of Italy.

About Michele Lastella and Sustainable.Media: Michele Lastella is an Italian actor and director, and the founder of Sustainable Society, a media organization focused on developing sustainable innovation through ancient knowledge. Michele is the co-author of the upcoming Master Plants Cookbook, a plant-based cuisine chef, and producer of biodynamic wine and olives. He is a Reiki master, film writer and director, and a graduate from the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Italy. Visit www.Sustainable.Media

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