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mercoledì 8 settembre 2010

Rajendra Pachauri: eroe della scienza del clima



Esistono ancora uomini onesti su questo pianeta: uno e Rajendra Pachauri, direttore dell'IPCC. 


Come direttore dell'IPCC, il pannello per la scienza del clima, Rajendra Pachauri si poteva certamente aspettare di essere bersaglio dei poteri forti che reggono questo pianeta. Forse non si aspettava, però, che l'offensiva contro di lui fosse così violenta e aggressiva. L'attacco a Pachauri ha, in effetti, preso esattamente l'aspetto delle demolizioni dei "nemici del popolo" che usavano una volta in Unione Sovietica.

A Dicembre dell'anno scorso, Il Daily Telegraph ha pubblicato un attacco violentissimo contro Pachauri a firma di Christopher Booker and Richard North. L'articolo è stato successivamente rimosso dal loro sito, ma si trova facilmente su internet, per esempio qui.  Merita di essere letto, perché è veramente una cosa infame. Senza uno straccio di prova, Booker e North qui accusano tranquillamente Pachauri di avere interessi privati nella questione del cambiamento climatico e di avere incassato di conseguenza "milioni di dollari" fra consulenze e tangenti varie ("One subject the talkative Dr Pachauri remains silent on, however, is how much money he is paid for all these important posts, which must run into millions of dollars.")

Pachauri ha prima chiesto una rettifica al Daily Telegraph, che gli è stata negata. Dopodiché si è rivolto a degli avvocati e a un istituto di "auditors" (una ditta chiamata KPMG). Questi ultimi sono andati a fare le pulci, come si suol dire, ai suoi conti in banca.

E' venuto fuori che Pachauri campa quasi soltanto dello stipendio che gli da l'istituto non profit TERI (Tata Energy and Resource Institute). Mi duole dire che lo stipendio annuale di Pachauri (45.000 sterline l'anno)  è più basso di quello di un professore universitario italiano di una certa anzianità.

In aggiunta, Pachauri ha incassato alcuni compensi per certe conferenze, royalties sui suoi libri e altre cosette, per un totale di poche migliaia di euro. Di un premio che ha ricevuto di 200.000 rupie e che si sarebbe potuto legittimamente tenere in tasca, non si è tenuto niente e ha devoluto tutto a TERI. E quanto prende di stipendio per essere direttore dell'IPCC? Zero tondo; esattamente "0".

Insomma, ne è venuto fuori che Pachauri è una persona di specchiata onestà che vive di uno stipendio abbastanza modesto. Altro che i "milioni di dollari" dell'accusa che gli avevano fatto. E il Telegraph è stato costretto, a denti stretti, a togliere dal suo sito le accuse infamanti fatte contro Pachauri e pubblicare una nota di scuse e di ritrattazione.

Purtroppo, come si sa, le bugie fanno il giro del mondo nel tempo che la verità ci mette ad allacciarsi le scarpe. Gli attacchi contro Pachauri non si placano e Richard North ha scritto un altro violento articolo contro di lui dove ribadisce le sue (infondate) accuse e considera una colpa il fatto che Pachauri si è rivolto a degli avvocati per ottenere la ritrattazione dal Daily Telegraph. E' un'inversione dei ruoli fra aggredito e aggressore che ricorda moltissimo, a questo punto, la "polizia del pensiero" di Orwell.

In Italia, tantissimi hanno maltrattato Pachauri sull'onda del primo articolo del Telegraph, ma non mi risulta che per ora nessuno abbia tradotto la ritrattazione o abbia chiesto scusa per le infami accuse contro di lui ripetute in Italiano. Anzi, anche dopo la ritrattazione, c'è chi si è messo all'anima di tradurre le ulteriori accuse del Telegraph;  felici come bambini allo spettacolo di veder continuare il linciaggio mediatico di una brava persona.


Pachauri non è uno specialista di clima, ma è piuttosto un economista di formazione che si è costruito una carriera come esperto in sostenibilità ambientale. Docente a varie università in India e negli Stati Uniti, membro di comitati di enti governativi e privati, presidente di istituti di ricerca e compagnie private. Ha ricevuto molteplici premi internazionali per la sua attività, incluso il premio Nobel come direttore dell'IPCC. E' autore di un gran numero di articoli e di 21 libri, incluso anche un romanzo che ha pubblicato recentemente. E' un vero uomo del rinascimento. La sua biografia la trovate, per esempio, qui. 


Ulteriori informazioni sul caso Telegraph le trovate in questo articolo del Guardian.

12 commenti:

  1. A me è simpatico e appoggia l'obiettivo 350 ppm nonostante la sua posizione. Gli attacchi personali sono la triste conseguenza

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  2. è pazzesco che il giornalaccio si sia rimangiato l'articolo solo dopo che R.P. s'era fatto rappresentare dal legale più feroce di Londra.

    Il paradosso è che i petrolieri Bush & Cheney avevano imposto R.P. perché veniva dall'industria. Solo che avevano sbagliato il modello di previsione.

    Alla sua biografia aggiungerei Lighting a billions lives, il movimento aziende private-ong indiano per distribuire lampade solari dove manca l'elettricità. Sul talento letterario, sorvolerei...

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  3. http://www.rkpachauri.org/membership.php

    Member, Editorial Advisory Board, India in Global Affairs (IGA),
    Delhi, Sakaal Group of Publications, Pune

    Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Chinadialogue(London)

    Member, Advisory Panel, Human Development Report 2007, United Nations
    Development Programme (UNDP)
    Member, Editorial Board, Environmental Research Letters, Institute of
    Physics Publishing, University of California.
    Member, Advisory Board, Innovations: Technology / Governance /
    Globalization, School of Public Policy, George Mason University and
    the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
    Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Regulation and
    Governance, TERI.
    Editor-in-Chief, Resources, Energy, and Development, TERI.
    Member, Editorial Board, Energy Policy (Butterworth).
    Member, Editorial Policy Board, The Energy Journal (IAEE).
    Member, Editorial Advisory Board, TERI Information Digest on Energy
    and Environment, TERI.
    Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Energy in Southern Africa (South
    Africa 1993–99).
    Member, Advisory Board, Joint Implementation Quarterly, Foundation JIN
    (The Netherlands).
    Member, Advisory Board of Editors, Mitigation and Adaptation
    Strategies for Global Change (Kluwer Academic Publishers, The
    Netherlands).
    Member, Board of Contributing Editors, Environment (Washington DC).
    Member, Editorial Board, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment,
    (Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands).
    Associate Editor, Encyclopedia of Energy (Academic Press, California).
    Member, Editorial Board, Climate Policy. (January 2001–December 2002,
    Elsevier Science Limited, England.)
    Member, Advisory Committee, Alliance for Global Sustainability (AGS)
    Book Series.
    Membership of Committees and Boards etc.
    International

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  4. Member, Advisory Board for the Clinton Climate Initiative, USA,
    January 2010 onwards
    Member, Miraikan's new International Advisory Board, Japan, January 2010 onwards
    Member, International Advisory Board of Nazarbaev University, January
    2010 onwards
    Member of a High Panel on Peace and Dialogue among Cultures, UNESCO,
    France, December 2009 onwards
    Special Adviser, EDF Sustainable Development Panel, France, 2006 onwards
    Member, Advisory Board, Green Commandos, India, August 2009 onwards
    Member, The New York Academy of Sciences International Board, New
    York, August 2009 onwards
    Member, Patronage Committee, the ZERO Race, July 2009 onwards
    Member, East-West Centre (EWC) 50th Anniversary – Honorary Committee,
    USA, 25th June 2009
    Member, International Advisory Committee for the New Gyeongbuk
    Committee, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do, Republic of Korea, June 2009
    onwards
    Member, International Steering Committee, National Climate Change
    Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) and the CSIRO Climate Adaptation
    Flagship, Australia
    Member, Global Advisory Committee for Earth Day 2010, Earth Day
    Network, USA, April 2009 onwards
    Chairman, ADB’s Advisory Group on Climate Change and Sustainable
    Development, April 2009 onwards
    Member, Honorary Committee, The H. John Heinz III Centre for Science,
    Economics and Environment, USA, April 2009 onwards
    Special Advisor to the Energy for All Partnership, Asian Development
    Bank (ADB), March 2009 onwards
    Strategic Advisor for the ‘Pegasus Capital Advisors, L.P., New York,
    February 2009 onwards
    Member, MDP-International Advisory Board (IAB), The Earth Institute at
    Columbia University, USA, January 2009 onwards
    Member, External Advisory Board, The University of British Columbia,
    Canada, December 2008 onwards
    Member, Veolia Institute’s Foresight Committee, The Institut Veolia
    Environnement, France, November 2008 onwards
    Member, International Advisory Board for the Climate Protection
    Initiative of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature
    Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), November 2008 onwards
    Member, Expert Committee, UGC-Swami Pranavananda Saraswati Awards,
    University Grant Commission, New Delhi, November 2008
    Member, Leadership Group on Water Security, Asia Society, USA,
    November 2008 onwards
    Member, Saltire Prize Challenge Committee, Edinburgh, October 2008 onwards
    Member, Summit’s Senior Advisory Group, The National Bureau of Asian
    Research (NBR), USA, August 2008 onwards
    Member, The National Economic and Social Council (NESC), Kenya, July
    2008 onwards
    Member, Governing Board, UNESCO International Science, Technology and
    Innovation Centre for South-South Cooperation (ISTIC), Kuala Lumpur,
    Malaysia, July 2008 onwards
    Member of the Board, Glitnir Globe – The Sustainable Future Fund,
    Iceland, June 2008- 24 September 2009
    Chairman, Indochina Sustainable Infrastructure Fund, LP, Vietnam, June
    2008 onwards

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  5. Member, Advisory Board of the Global Economic Symposium, Germany, June
    2008 onwards
    Member, VIP Recommendation Board for the Green Energy and Green
    Livelihoods Achievement Award, Sierra Club, USA, June 2008 onwards
    Member of the Board, International Risk Governance Council, Geneva,
    Switzerland, May 2008 onwards
    Member, World Economic Forum’s Network of the Global Agenda Council,
    Geneva, Switzerland, April 2008 onwards
    Member, Advisory Group, The Rockefeller Foundation, USA, April 2008 onwards
    Honorary Member, Science Centre, Japan, April 2008 onwards
    Member, Board of the Credit Suisse Research Institute, Zurich, April
    2008 onwards

    Member, Singapore’s first International Advisory Panel (IAP) on
    Energy, Government of Singapore, April 1st, 2008 to March 31st, 2010.

    Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) National
    Advisory Council, Colorado, USA, February 2008 onwards

    Member, Global Board of Advisors, Siderian Ventures, San Francisco,
    CA, USA, December 2007 onwards

    Member, International Advisory Board, World Energy Congress 2013,
    Daegu, Korea, June 2007 onwards

    Member, Advisory Senate for the Ice Organization, May 2007 onwards
    (for three years)

    Member, Policy Advisory Panel on SNCF, Paris, April 2007 onwards

    Member, LEAD International Advisory Council, UK, April 2007 onwards

    Coordinator, An International Commission on Education for Development
    Policy and Practice, USA, 1st March 2007 to 1st March 2008

    Member, Gulf Research Centre (GRC) Foundation Council, Dubai, March 2007 onwards

    Associate Fellow, Asia Society, USA, November 2006 onwards

    Member, Veolia Environment Sustainable Development Visiting Committee,
    France, April 2006 onwards

    Adviser, International Advisory Board, Toyota Motor Corporation,
    Japan, April 1st, 2006 to March 31st, 2009.
    Member, Board of Overseers, International Research Institute of
    Climate and Society, New York, January 2006 onwards.
    Panel Member, IAC study on “Transitions to Sustainable Energy
    Systems”, InterAcademy Council, The Netherlands, September 2005 –
    September 2007.
    Member, India–China Eminent Persons’ Group, Government of India and
    the People’s Republic of China, February 2001 onwards.
    Member, Biotechnology Advisory Panel, DuPont, USA, 2000-2002.
    External Advisor, Unilever Environmental Group, Unilever, London, 1998-2002.
    Member, Board of Trustees, Institute for Global Environmental
    Strategies (IGES), Environment Agency, Government of Japan, April
    1997–March 1999
    Member, FEOP (Far East Oil Price) Advisory Board, Oil Trade
    Associates, Singapore, April 1997 onwards.
    Member, Climate Institute Advisory Board, Washington, DC, September 1994–1997.
    Chairman, Work Group A – World Energy Council (WEC) Committee on
    Developing Countries, 1993–1995.
    Member, World Resources Institute (WRI) Council, 1992–1997.
    Member, Board of the International Solar Energy Society (ISES), 1991–1996.
    Member, World Energy Council London, Advisory Board of Commission on
    "Energy for Tomorrow's World – the realities, real options and the
    Agenda for Achievement", 1990–1993.
    President (1988) and Chairman, International Association for Energy
    Economics (IAEE), Washington, DC,1989–90.
    President, International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE),
    Washington, DC, 1988.
    Member, Task Force on Energy Planning and Modelling, United Nations
    University, Tokyo, 1982.
    Founding Member & Chairman (1980–83), Coordinating Committee,
    Cooperative International Network for Training and Research in Energy
    Planning (CINTREP) (Secretariat: UNESCO, Paris) – 1980–87.
    Member, Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
    National
    Government of India
    Environment

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  6. Member, Prime Minister’s Advisory Council on Climate Change, June 2007
    onwards (reconstituted in June 2008)
    Chairperson, Expert Committee to consider alternative alignment to the
    proposed Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project constituted by the Prime
    Minister of India, Government of India, July 2008 onwards
    Member of the Prime Minister’s Advisory Council on Climate Change ,
    June 2007 onwards
    Member, Expert Committee on Impacts of Climate Change, Ministry of
    Environment & Forests, Government of India, May 2007 onwards
    Member, Expert Committee on Climate Change, Ministry of Environment &
    Forests, Government of India – April 2007 onwards
    Member, Society of the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM),
    India, 6 February 2007 to 5 February 2011.
    Member, Steering Group on Vision Bihar: Energizing through Harnessing
    Non-conventional Energy –Medium Term Perspective, Government of Bihar
    – December, 2006.
    Member, Economic Advisory Council, Chaired by the Prime Minister of
    India – July 2001 to May 2004.
    Member, Award Committee – Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Puraskar, Ministry
    of Environment and Forests, Government of India, May 2001.
    Member, Committee for the Preparation of Environment Action Plan,
    Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. June 1998
    Member, National Environmental Council, Government of India under the
    Chairmanship of the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, November 1993–May
    1996, Reappointed April 1999 - April 2004.
    Member, Standing Committee – Ganga Action Plan, Ministry of
    Environment & Forests, Government of India, January 1999–December
    1999.
    Member, Advisory Group on Climate Change, Ministry of Environment &
    Forests, Government of India, March 1999 onwards.
    Member, National Wastelands Development Board, Department of
    Wastelands Development, Government of India, January 1995 – May 1996.
    Power and Energy
    Member, Group on ‘Meeting Energy Concerns’ constituted under ‘Abiding
    Initiatives’, Bihar Development & Investment Promotion Council,
    Government of Bihar, May 2007 onwards
    Member, Task Force on US Global Strategy: Implications and Suggested
    Response, constituted by the Prime Minister of India, November 2005.
    Member, Standing Committee of Eminent Persons, Rural Electrification
    Corporation Ltd., New Delhi - April 2004 onwards
    Member, National Productivity Council, New Delhi – January 2004 onwards
    Member, Research & Development Advisory Committee of the Ministry of
    Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Government of India, August 2002
    onwards.

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  7. Member, Energy Review Committee, Government of Maharashtra (on Dabhol
    Power Project), February 2001 – May 2001
    Member, Steering Committee on Energy Sector for Tenth Plan
    (2002–2007), Planning Commission, Government of India, November 2000
    onwards.
    Member, Advisory Group of Eminent Persons, Ministry of Power,
    Government of India, January 1999 – April 2004.
    Member, Standing Independent Group, Ministry of Power, Government of
    India, September 1997–January 2000.
    Member, Energy Policy Committee, Planning Commission, Government of
    India, August 1995 to May 1996.
    Member, Task Force on Chemical Routes for Tapping Solar Energy
    constituted by Department of Non-conventional Energy Sources,
    Government of India, New Delhi, December. 1985–December 1989.
    Member, Advisory Board on Energy (ABE), Government of India, New
    Delhi, 1983 to 1988 (The Board reported directly to the Prime Minister
    of India).
    Member, Working Group on Energy Policy, Government of India, New
    Delhi, 1977–1980.
    Member, Panel on Rural Electrification, Committee on Power, Government
    of India, New Delhi, 1977–1979.
    Member, Governing Council, Energy Management Centre, New Delhi, 1992 to 1999.

    Petroleum and Natural Gas
    Director, Board of Directors, GAIL (India) Limited, April 2003 to October 2004.
    Director, Board of Directors, Indian Oil Corporation Limited January
    1999 to September 2003.
    Member, Group on India Hydrocarbon Vision – 2025, Constituted by the
    Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Government of India, March
    1999–February 2000.
    Chairman, Committee set up in terms of the order of the Hon'ble High
    Court of Judicature at Allahabad, Lucknow Bench regarding setting up
    of a Refinery at Rae Bareli, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas,
    Government of India. 1996.
    Member, Strategic Planning Group on Restructuring of Oil Industry (`R'
    Group), Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India, New
    Delhi, November 1994–May 1996.
    Member, Committee to examine all aspects of ONGC's existing
    organisation with a view to examining the need for its restructuring,
    Government of India, New Delhi, June 1992.
    Member, Chairman's Advisory Council on Exploration Strategy of the Oil
    and Natural Gas Commission (CACES), September 1986–1991.
    Industry and Public Enterprises
    Chairman of the Governing Council, National Agro Foundation (NAF),
    April 2009 onwards
    Co-chairperson of the International Advisory Committee, Indian
    Nitrogen Group, Society for Conservation of Nature, October 2008
    onwards

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  8. Member, High Level Committee on Economic Affairs, FICCI, May 2007 onwards
    Member, CAG’s Audit Advisory Board, Office of the Comptroller and
    Autidor General of India, Government of India, New Delhi, November
    2003 onwards.
    Member, Advisory Committee for Consultancy Support, Bureau of
    Industrial Costs and Prices (BICP), Ministry of Industry, Government
    of India, New Delhi, April 1988–December 1989.
    Member, Working Group on Production, Planning and Control, Expert
    Committee on Public Enterprise, Government of India, New Delhi,
    1980-81.
    Others
    Member, Board of Advisors of the NIIT University, Delhi, India, April
    2009 onwards
    Chair, High Powered Committee of Indian Council of Medical Research,
    India, March 2009 onwards
    Member, Executive Council of the Doon University, Dehradun,
    Uttarakhand, 1st April 2009 to 31st March 2012
    Board Member of the Governing Council of the Youth4Gandhi Foundation,
    India, January 2009 onwards
    Member, Advisory Panel of the Ocean Project, Zee Network & the Essel
    Group, Mumbai, November 01, 2008 onwards
    Patron, Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010 Green Council (CWG 2010 GC),
    July 2008 onwards
    Member, Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Public
    Administration – Expert Committee”, Government of India, January 2008
    onwards
    Member, Advisory Committee for National Disaster Management Authority,
    Government of India, May 2007 onwards
    Expert member, High Level Committee for the upgradation of Libraries,
    Ministry of Culture, April 2007 onwards
    Expert member, Prize Committee – Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Puraskar,
    Ministry of Environment & Forests for the year 2005
    Member, Selection Committee - Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowships, Jawaharlal
    Nehru Memorial Fund, July 2004 onwards
    Member, Development Evaluation Advisory Committee, Planning Commission
    – Chaired by the Dy Chairman of the Planning Commission. November 2004
    onwards.
    Member, Economic Policy and Reforms Council, Chaired by the Chief
    Minister of Government of Rajasthan, India – February 2004 onwards.
    Member, General Council of the School of Planning and Architecture –
    February 2004 to February 2005.
    Member, ICFRE Society, Indian Council of Forestry Research and
    Education, January 2003 to January 2005
    Chairman, Heat Wave Committee for Andhra Pradesh – 2003-2004.
    Member, Task Force on Inter Linking of Rivers, Ministry of Water
    Resources, Government of India, February 2003 to December 2004.
    Member, Indian Institute of Mass Communication Society, Ministry of
    Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, 2000 - 2002.
    Member, Planning Board for the National Capital Territory of Delhi,
    February 2000.
    Member, National Coordination Committee for Education, Industry and
    Research. Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.
    September 1999 onwards.
    Member, Delhi Vision - Core Planning Group, Government of Delhi,
    August 1997–April 1998.
    Member, National Committee for the Implementation of World Decade for
    Cultural Development, Ministry of Human Resource Development,
    Department of Culture, Government of India, New Delhi, June 1995–May
    1996.
    Member, Policy Committee for TOKTEN (Transfer of Knowledge Through
    Expatriate Nationals) Programme, Council of Scientific & Industrial
    Research, Government of India, appointed in April 1995.
    Member, Jammu and Kashmir State Council for Science and Technology,
    1989 to 2000.
    Member, Task Force for Productive Use of Sea Water, set up by the
    Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Government of
    India, New Delhi, February 1988–December 1989.
    Chairman, Task Force on Information System in Biotechnology,
    Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology,
    Government of India, New Delhi, appointed in November 1987–November
    1990.

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  9. Rendered expert advice to the following working groups set up by the
    Planning Commission for the Eighth Five Year Plan: (1) as Chairman,
    Working Group on Energy Conservation; (2) as Member, Working Group on
    Forests and Wildlife; and (3) as Member, Working Group on New and
    Renewable Energy Programmes including Technology and R&D Aspects.
    Professional Bodies Life Fellow, The National Academy of Sciences, India.
    President, Solar Energy Society of India (SESI), 1990 to 1995.
    Academic and Research Institutions, Member, Board of Governors,
    Shriram Scientific & Industrial Research Foundation, 1987 - 1990.
    Member, Energy Research and Development Advisory Committee (ERDAC),
    Programme for Acceleration of Commercial Energy Research (PACER),
    Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India Ltd, 1987 to
    1995.
    Member, Board of Governors, National Institute for Training in
    Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Bombay, February 1986–August 1990.
    Member, Executive Committee, India International Centre, 1985 to 2005,
    and Board of Trustees 2005 onwards
    Member, Governing Council, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 1987
    onwards & President, September 2004 onwards
    Member, Court of Governors, Administrative Staff College of India, 1979–81.
    Member, Advisory Committee, Indian Council of Social Science Research,
    for survey of research in the field of management, 1979–80.
    http://www.rkpachauri.org/membership.php

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  10. @Anonimo
    Ci ritiene così scemi da non sapere usare google o non sa che Ugo si occupa di petrolio ed energie alternative ?

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  11. Riguardo il nucleare è da chiarire che si millantano NOTIZIE “FALSE”, poiché una centrale nucleare non comporta alcun apprezzabile “RISCHIO” oncologico!

    La radioattività “naturale” è ben superiore a quella che una centrale nucleare potrebbe rilasciare in un normale funzionamento.

    Dovremmo eliminare i sanpietrini a Roma contengono Torio, come le spiagge di Guarapari con un fondo medio radioattivo più di 8 volte superiore a quello di Chernobyl, In particolari concentrazioni di sabbie troviamo valori di fondo anche oltre mille volte superiore ai normali valori medi mondiali.

    Il livello delle radiazioni di fondo dell'area più contaminata di Chernobyl, che misura 500 mrem/anno.

    La stazione di New York 1000 mrem/anno, P.za San Pietro 700-800 mrem/ anno, le Catacombe di Priscilla 4800 mrem/ anno".
    Il grandi scienziati sempre dimenticano di chiarire che una centrale a carbone, durante il suo ciclo-vita contamina le aree circostanti di elementi radioattivi.
    100-150 microSv/anno, che corrisponde a valori di esposizione fino a 15 volte superiori rispetto ai limiti di legge previsti per gli abitanti intorno ad insediamenti nucleari.

    Ecco iniziate a combattere le centrali a carbone, vedo che LEGAMBIENTE per ovvi motivi non interviene contro quelle di DE BENEDETTI.

    Leggo un art. della Sig.ra. BRIUGLIA :
    http://www.google.it/url?q=http://www.truciolisavonesi.it/articoli/numero189/briuglia.htm&ei=DW10TIm4B8iVswa0m_maBg&sa=X&oi=unauthorizedredirect&ct=targetlink&ust=1282700309123184&usg=AFQjCNFcNc_tbbipZZ9N3DU05dwCcdbnSQ

    Da cui estraggo:
    --“Così anche Legambiente, mentre a Genova e alla Spezia promuove una battaglia di dismissione perché il carbone "nuoce gravemente alla salute", a Savona, a Vado e in Val Bormida ritiene che il carbone possa essere addirittura ben tollerato!
    “Le EMISSIONI di CO2 sono l’unico inquinante che Legambiente ligure si degna di considerare..

    ..Quando poi apprendiamo che Legambiente è socio azionario di Sorgenia, la finanziaria del gruppo De Benedetti che controlla a sua volta Tirreno Power proprietaria della centrale di Vado, si può comprendere anche il suo ruolo di malcelata sudditanza…”--

    Dunque entro 200Km dai nostri confini ci sono 64 centrali nucleari, 198 in Europa, molte altre in costruzione, la Germania ha appena posticipato la dismissione, perché con i pannelli e l’eolico ci accendono un led in giardino, sperperando miliardi. Basta cercare articoli :
    "IL GRANDE FLOP DEL FOTOVOLTAICO". O, ” LA NUOVA BOLLA SPAGNOLA? IL FOTOVOLTAICO”.

    Chi ha investito nel fotovoltaico vede ora tagliati gli INCENTIVI (pari ad 8 volte il valore dell’energia) Come PAGHERA’ i prestiti in banca?.. Signori I’eco-giochino è finito!

    Anche dopo aver ricevuto l'equivalente di 43 miliardi dollari in sussidi, l'energia solare rappresenta ancora meno dell'1 per cento del totale dell’energia elettrica spagnola.

    Il nucleare pertanto, non è una possibile “alternativa”, ma l’unica strada.
    Io voglio dare “INFORMAZIONE” vera, mettendoci la faccia, serve trasparenza, “VERITA”.

    E' ora di farla finita con questa giostrina..

    Cordialmente.

    PIERO IANNELLI
    -- Segretario XI Municipio. “ La Destra ”— --“Resp. Per le aree tutelate e vincolate”--
    -- pieroiannelli@gmail.com – N.Cell.: 3398513962

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  12. Gentile sig. Iannelli, le ho passato questo commento, ma desidero farle notare che il blog "Cassandra" non è disponibile per fare pubblicità politica gratuita (e nemmeno a pagamento). La prego pertanto di evitare di inviare ulteriori commenti su questo tono, altrimenti sarò costretto a bloccarli. Confido nella sua comprensione. Grazie.

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