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  • Metropolitan Corema

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    Jul 25

    Fridays and last Saturday was mounted at the municipal cinema of Coyhaique work the Gronholm method, with the performance of Vanessa Miller, Alex Zissis, Ramon Llao and Cesar Sepulveda, and the direction of Liliana Ross. The work, funded by the Council for culture, recounts the experience of a group which, in search of employment, is subjected to an unconventional recruitment, where at the same system that reality will be emerging under pressure more personal feelings and behaviors. Passage through the capital of the Region of Aysen not only gave actors the opportunity to show before an audience that it does not always have the possibility of accessing to the theater. Also to express their views in other areas, some of which touch them closely. It is the case with Vanessa Miller, who is currently one of the speakers of the not Alto Maipo organization that opposes the hydroelectric plant and that has faced the corporate lobby of energy transnationals. In this role, the actress has an opinion defined above the cost of intervening watershed, environmental institutions and national energy policy.

    His involvement in these matters is based on its commitment with the themes citizens and have clear that array and energy development can be the most important issue, especially in Chile which is a country based on mining that requires huge amounts of energy today. In his opinion, now needed to be change the legislation and, more profoundly, to reform the Constitution in regard to these topics. In the case of the basin of the Maipo, which is threatened by a project of AES Gener already approved by the Metropolitan Corema, Vanessa Miller expresses that installed now a mega project that ends from degrading a basin that is the source of water main of 7 million people, and you say here there is something wrong. There is a kind of basic consciousness that is not working. In this regard it notes that these issues are that mobilize it, just as I moved into the era of Pinochet go out and say I don’t want to kill anyone because you think that Communism is a viable way to develop a country, about which I can disagree or not, but I’m not going to kill for that. As well as this only fact seemed mobilizing to say this state of affairs is disastrous, many times I do the analogy between the dead, the fallen and broken non-renewable resources, which are also fallen.

    Considers that even they are not fallen resources, communities, they are people. Behind all these decisions that do not respect the few resources we have and need to manage them intelligently and sustainably there are people that are going to be afectadisimas and so neither imagines. He concludes that this is endorsed by the experience of the developed countries that have based their energy matrix dams and hydroelectricity, and that they saw the costs associated which already come back.

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