Family walking with the Salute+ app

29/10/2021 By

On Saturday, October 16, 2021, on the occasion of the World Food Daythe Family Districts of Paganella and Val di Non and the Adamello Brenta Natural Park organized two walks in the woods of the valley with the aim of raising awareness on lifestyles, health and nutrition, also through the use of information technology. The initiative, which also aimed to promote the issues of environmental, economic and social sustainability, involved two groups of participants who ventured into a treasure hunt with geocaching experimenting “live” the “Trentino Salute +” app, developed by FBK, along the family routes in the Paganella Plateau and in Val di Non, in the Cavedago area, and in Campodenno, along the San Pancrazio hermitage trail.

The organization of the two walks merged as well with the “Insieme per lo sviluppo  sostenibile 2020” project and the “Camminare in famiglia” (Family walking) initiative that involves, in addition to the Paganella and Val di Non Family Districts, also the Val Rendena and Giudicarie Esteriori Family Districts, the Adamello Brenta Natural Park and various local partners, on family-friendly trails in each valley.

The United Nations 2030 Agenda and the Provincial Strategy for Sustainable Development are the two reference sources that push communities to build projects that network different resources and professionals. “Together for sustainable development 2030” has been designed by the Paganella and Val di Non Family District and the Adamello Brenta Natural Park,

TrentinoSalute4.0, center for the development of digital health in Trentino, provided support to the activity by contributing with two meetings open to citizens to present the Salute+ app and the two walks.

Videos and images captured on 10/16/2021 at Campodenno, Val di Non (Trentino)

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Marzia Lucianer: Marzia Lucianer, giornalista scientifica, responsabile Press Office and Digital Communication di TrentinoSalute4.0