Ecomafia in numbers Ecomafia in numbers • Total amount of environmental crimes: (92 a day, more than 3,8 per hour) •. PM BST 09 Jul Saviano, the author of a damning book on the Camorra mafia of Campania, wrote in the preface to the report, ‘Eco-mafia ‘. ECOMAFIA The environmental illegality. And the role of crime organizations. Legambiente Environmental crimes National Dept.
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Ecomafia 2012. Le storie e i numeri della criminalità ambientale
Monday 31 December By Nick SquiresRome. The mafia made millions in from illegally disposing of an estimatedtons of rubbish.
Mafia godmother ‘big female kitten’ arrested. Mobsters are also involved in illegal dog fights, poaching, clandestine horse racing and the looting of archeological sites. But several other regions, many of them popular with British tourists, were also affected, including Tuscany and Sardinia.
More from the web. Long stretches of Italy’s coastline, especially in the south, have been marred by ugly and inappropriate development funded by mafia groups with the eco,afia of corrupt politicians.
Mafia making billions from environmental destruction – Telegraph
Campania, the region around crime-ridden Naples, was the region worst hit, followed by Calabria — home to the ‘Ndrangheta scomafia. It was an almost 10 per cent increase on the year before, according to the report by Legambiente, Italy’s foremost environmental organisation. The most affected regions were Campania, Calabria, Sicily and Puglia, which are home to Italy’s four distinct mafia organisations.
Mafia making billions from environmental destruction The Italian mafia is making billions from carrying out wanton destruction of the environment, a report has found. In alone, more than 25, houses and other buildings were constructed without the appropriate permits, the report said. Crimes against the environment included the deliberate torching ofacres of woodland and forests to make way for development, according to ecoamfia annual report.
The complicity of local authorities was key to the success of mafia dons — already this year 18 local councils have been dissolved ecomafis suspicion of mafia infiltration. The Italian police arrested more than people — nearly 50 per cent more than the year before — and confiscated nearly 9, properties, but their efforts did nothing to stem the assault on the environment, said Vittorio Cogliati Dezza, the president of Legambiente.
Nearly 34, environmental crimes were detected in — the equivalent of more than 90 a day. Although mafia activities were concentrated in the south the wealthy north of the country was not immune, he said.