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From the territory controlled by the Camorra to the province of Guangdong runs a connection between Mafia clans, unscrupulous businessmen, collusive politicians, and corrupt public administra- tors. The dark economy’s wealth is estimated in billions of euros derived from illegal waste disposal worldwide. From expired me- dicines to old electronics, from junked cars to light bulbs, these recoverable resources feed into the recycling industry or into cri- minal organizations that make a hefty profit by transforming them into toxic waste. Every day the green and the dark economy wage battle against one another. But the tide of war is turning with the aid of citizens’ coalitions, associations, clean companies and pu- blic institutions in fighting the ecomafia.
Dark Economy - La Mafia dei Veleni, a cura di Antonio Cianciullo ed Enrico Fontana, Einaudi, Torino 2012
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Enrico Fontana is the director of Nuovo Paese Sera, head of Le- gambiente’s observatory of the environment and legal issues, and president of the Libera Terra Mediterraneo consortium.
Paolo Hutter worked for over 20 years for Radio Popolare. He was city councilman in Milan from 1985 to 1997, and commissio- ner for the Green party in Turin from 1999 to 2001.
Beppe Rovera conducts Ambiente Italia broadcast on Rai Tre and is author of Ambiente Italia - Il paese com’è.