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Connect European cultural heritage with human and environmental health
The main goal of this project is to connect European cultural heritage with human and environmental health. The objective of the project is to define walking routes and a recipe book to highlight European culture, promote exercise, mindfulness, nutrition, and work towards sustainability goals. The walking routes, the recipe book and all the activities associated with the project will be put into a mobile application and onto an online platform that people will be able to access from anywhere. The NHS recommends regular exercise, including at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity a week - this project wants to link exercise with cultural exercise and also a healthy diet.
Walking Programme – IO1
This IO shares its goals with the overall aims of this project: to promote cultural heritage and human and environmental health. To do that, partners will define walking routes in the four participating countries.
Food Recipe Book – IO2
Partners will collect recipes from traditional regional and national cooking in their country. Following guidance from the United Nations for a sustainable diet, there will be an emphasis on food and ingredients that are seasonal, unprocessed, organic, locally-grown, low in meat, fish and dairy, and vegetarian and vegan options.
Project Platform and Mobile Application – IO3
This IO will create an online interactive platform and a mobile application that participants will be able to install in their smartphone that will be part of it. Both the the online interactive platform and the mobile application will host the walking routes (O1/A1) and will serve as a 'guide' for people to be able to use it in their own time.
Project Handbook – IO4
This output will be a document that will cover the experience of the project countries and their work in the project.Both the the online interactive platform and the mobile application will host the walking routes (O1/A1) and will serve as a 'guide' for people to be able to use it in their own time.