Venezia e il fango: la "sacca" tra smaltimento dei "rifiuti" e modifica dei limiti urbani

Journal title STORIA URBANA
Author/s Franca Cosmai, Stefano Sorteni
Publishing Year 2007 Issue 2007/116 Language Italian
Pages 20 P. 37-56 File size 854 KB
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The topic of this brief essay is the establishment of dumps in the Venice Laguna, considering the general problems associated with environmental conservation and con- struction of urban settlements, highlighting government strategy and business and social trends in the disposal of waste generated by public and private maintenance activities. The ensuing debate covers long-term considerations from the beginning of the sixteenth century to mid-twentieth century which alone can, at this stage of research, provide the euristic valence needed for a full understanding of the complex inter-relation of interests that came about with time on the control over a matter only apparently insignificant as mud, within a shifting process of conservation and transformation.

Franca Cosmai, Stefano Sorteni, Venezia e il fango: la "sacca" tra smaltimento dei "rifiuti" e modifica dei limiti urbani in "STORIA URBANA " 116/2007, pp 37-56, DOI: