Sunset for Incinerators

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Comic strip by: Vilfred Moneta

Apart from being divine, justice is also sometimes human. Paolo Scaroni has been convicted for environmental disaster.
In the 1990s, as the Managing Director of Technoint, Scaroni had already been convicted and sentenced to 2 years and 3 months for corruption for kickbacks paid to get contracts with ENEL.
This gentleman was then promoted to be the Managing Director of ENI. He was placed here by the psycho-dwarf for his merits in the field!

The judge sentencing him for his activity in Enel was Lorenzo Miazzi. Almost 3 million Euro were paid out in compensation for the damages suffered as a result of the operation of the Enel generating station using combustible petrol at Porto Tolle near Rovigo.
Among those receiving compensation were environmental organisations, private citizens, parks and the Ministry of the Environment. The tribunale dell'Adria convicted two former Enel administrators and 2 directors for the emissions and the oil-based products falling in the area around the power station. One former administrator, Franco Tatò, was found guilty of allowing emissions and damage to happen and was sentenced to a suspended sentence of 7 months imprisonment. The other was Paolo Scaroni who was convicted of a lesser offence and had a month’s imprisonment converted to a fine of 1,140 Euro.
Meanwhile the trial for culpable homicide continues. The vice prosecutor Manuela Fasolato used Antonietta Gatti and Stefano Montanari as consultants. Their analysis about the danger of the nano particles produced by the power stations using combustible petrol (3 million tons burned every year) was crucial. The case will cause new legislation to be formulated.

Scores of University Professors from all over Europe have contacted Gatti and Montanari and have written a letter to the European Commission asking for the danger limit for fine particulate matter to be PM2.5.

The Meet Up groups of Parma, Piacenza, and Florence are collecting thousands of signatures on this issue, following the lead of the Reggio Emilio group. They are asking for Stefano Montanari to be invited to address the City Council. They are promoting popular action to denounce the danger to human health caused by incinerators and they want action on alternatives.
In Parma, they have collected 1300 signatures in a week. Well done!


PS:
The microscope appeal continues. It has already passed the 75,000 Euro mark.
Payments can be made to:
Current Account n. 513111
In the name of: "Associazione Carlo Bortolani Onlus"
Bank: Banca Etica (Sede centrale di Padova)
ABI: 05018
CAB: 12100
CIN: J
IBAN: IT45J0501812100000000513111
SWIFT: CCRTIT2T84A

or Pay Pal (www.paypal.it) with payment to be received by: onluscarlobortolani@reggionelweb.it

PPS I’m attaching the final version of the Citizen primaries on Health with all your comments included in it.

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Beam me up, Scotty? ;-);-)

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | April 2, 2006 10:40 PM


Andrea Panno:
Nice words but, your point is.......?

Blisco:
Sometimes I would like to have a very powerful telescope to spot a planet where life is the same as here, jump on a spaceship (I would borrow one from E.T.) and go there.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | April 2, 2006 07:58 PM


It seems to be a telescope instead of a microscope...

Posted by: blisco jajo | April 2, 2006 01:06 PM


OT. (sorry, I don't know how to do, if not so)

To George De Stefano.

Aramirè will be in NYC on 19th January 2007 at Zankel Hall (Carnegie Hall). 8,30 PM.
Concert organized by World Music Institute.

Posted by: antonio povero | April 2, 2006 10:22 AM


first of all
crimes against one person can bring a life sentence or death to the perpetrator - so these must be judged fare more seriously since they affect generations -
second of all if mr grillo has decieded to start "name calling" then please close down this blog cause you are just a pretender once again serving his own purpose -
humans, except a small portion, keep thinking so high of themselves, they know so much yet accomplish so little compared to nature,
nothing is obvious, thats the only obvious thing there is

Posted by: andrea panno | April 2, 2006 09:28 AM


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