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How enterprising of your neighbour! Truth is indeed stranger than fiction or perhaps the Amia people came to believe their own fiction was true. I assume no-one has been done for fraud yet! It reminded me of the very grim film about Naples’ rubbish problem.
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Is it hypocritical to expect people to go to the effort of recycling, when more and more councils are introducing fortnightly, rather than weekly, rubbish collections? If fines are not the answer, what is the best way to solve Britain's rubbish problems?You see, a decade ago the Swedish government banned the use of waste as landfill, a move which, as you can imagine, left them with a rather large rubbish problem. So, what did they do? Well, they built themselves a recycling industry which now repurposes half the country's annual waste. And the rest? Well, the rest they incinerate, and the sophisticated system they built to do that now converts 30% of the heat it generates directly into electricity, and diverts the rest to heating water pipes.But Amia and the political system can’t be blamed entirely for the city’s rubbish problem: the people themselves are partly to blame. There seems to be a particular mentality at work. In general, Palermitani seem extremely house proud, and yet they readily throw their rubbish into the street. The street, it seems, is not their responsibility. One local commentator discussing the rubbish problem has said: “The problem with Southern Italy and Sicily is that we do not identify with the State…. However, we do need to build some serious civil conscience, otherwise we will keep having these and other problems over and over…. Stop thinking it is all our politicians’ fault, it is our fault too! The politicians are just a mirror of who we are as people”.There is no easy solution to the current crisis: neither protest nor revolution will solve Lebanon's rubbish problems, let alone its political difficulties. A long, difficult, uncertain, road lies ahead. What is definite, however, is that solidarity is necessary: a solidarity with hope for humanity at its heart.