Basilicata, a contaminated journey

From oil to asbestos, from radioactive waste to water pollution: this is a land that is actually in isolation. Molinaro (Pd): “We live here”

Basilicata Conquered LandFor centuries, Carlo Levi described the beating heart in the eternal South problem on the first page of “Christ Stays at Eboli”. The words echoed, reflecting the reality of the Lucanians. The warning to “non-Christians” (understood as people as Levi’s wrote) is forced to isolate today: being ignored, robbed and sick under the pretext of progress. This is actually a kind of isolation, which can also be seen in the words of the Secretary of Palladium Province of Potenza Molinari Regarding the inner-party war: “We live here, Basilicata speaks only in a closed room in Rome, and there is no dialogue in Potenza”; accusation from the political class. The alert came not only from oil, but also from the black blood that fell from the Lucania Apennines to the Wagda Agri River and Valle del Sauro, tearing the inert Lucania like a sharp cross.

Each region has its own environmental problems.Don’t bother Viggiano and its waste oil (here is an exclusive interview with the mayor), The list is complete: from Rotondella’s radioactive waste to an attempt to make Scansano Ionico a radioactive waste storage center. Then there was the Venice nel Vulture scandal, and the entire affected area was struggling to get rid of the quagmire of pollution.We are here The real eco bomb is ready to explode in BadentoBetween Tecnoparco and the asbestos problem, Pisticci has become a real “fire place” for tumor incidence.

Many outbreaks of environmental degradation. There are few solutions. The Lucan people felt that their conscience was polluted and were forced to abandon their profession as a farmer in order to make progress, which could not promote economic development. In Levi’s words, the pride of the Lucanians still exists: this feeling of isolation gives the “forever patient” souls of the Lucanians a sense of inviolability. In this land, “there is no comfort.” “And sweet” has become a life that resists the misery discovered. His reason for existence is at least naturally committed to the slow peasant reality.

From oil to asbestos, from radioactive waste to water pollution: this is a land that is actually in isolation. Molinaro (Pd): “We live here”

Basilicata Conquered LandFor centuries, Carlo Levi described the beating heart in the eternal South problem on the first page of “Christ Stays at Eboli”. The words echoed, reflecting the reality of the Lucanians. The warning to “non-Christians” (understood as people as Levi’s wrote) is forced to isolate today: being ignored, robbed and sick under the pretext of progress. This is actually a kind of isolation, which can also be seen in the words of the Secretary of Palladium Province of Potenza Molinari Regarding the inner-party war: “We live here, Basilicata speaks only in a closed room in Rome, and there is no dialogue in Potenza”; accusation from the political class. The alert came not only from oil, but also from the black blood that fell from the Lucania Apennines to the Wagda Agri River and Valle del Sauro, tearing the inert Lucania like a sharp cross.

Each region has its own environmental problems.Don’t bother Viggiano and its waste oil (here is an exclusive interview with the mayor), The list is complete: from Rotondella’s radioactive waste to an attempt to make Scansano Ionico a radioactive waste storage center. Then there was the Venice nel Vulture scandal, and the entire affected area was struggling to get rid of the quagmire of pollution.We are here The real eco bomb is ready to explode in BadentoBetween Tecnoparco and the asbestos problem, Pisticci has become a real “fire place” for tumor incidence.

Many outbreaks of environmental degradation. There are few solutions. The Lucan people felt that their conscience was polluted and were forced to abandon their profession as a farmer in order to make progress, which could not promote economic development. In Levi’s words, the pride of the Lucanians still exists: this feeling of isolation gives the “forever patient” souls of the Lucanians a sense of inviolability. In this land, “there is no comfort.” “And sweet” has become a life that resists the misery discovered. His reason for existence is at least naturally committed to the slow peasant reality.