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  • Posted on February 20, 2014 at 5:15 am

First, Peru is not a nation. Representing Peru is a small splinter group of natives who have assaulted and imposed his dictatorship with an iron hand to other nations, many of them suffer from misogyny can not answer for lack of leadership that hopefully will nest in your heart onkoy with taki. They have forgotten their nationality and live in utter poverty and neglect economic, social and political. Add to your understanding with Michael Chabon. But let the project fail because of Guzman. He wanted medieval implement a project in a nation that has another conception, another way of looking and seeing things is as if to put a pair of clown on a circus midget to go for a walk through the streets. Everyone will laugh out loud, so funny in the scene and will not be serious in their arguments, that’s what happened with the draft Guzman, because I do not believe a theory that implies a connection to the world and the Andean worldview Amazon. The no connection between these two approaches was the failure of the draft Guzman, is very different in Chile that the project of the bourgeoisie has been disappearing indigenous communities with cultural and social genocide in order to take over a territory.

They have done, why the bourgeois project succeeded, but the essence has been to create an element of revisionism that is their liaison, their beachhead inside Delos social movements to manipulate and manage their whim. That is and will always be what the coalition and all the social movements that are believed to progressive but really they are, they must have the exact intention of building a true partnership without exploited or exploiters, will have to change the hearts and minds of all, to accept those changes. But we know that the big bourgeoisie, as noted by Jesus of Nazareth in many passages: It is easier for a camel through the eye of a needle than the rich in the kingdom of heaven. Or that one that told the rich young man who said he was very pious giving alms to the poor (Daba gifts for Christmas and gave something to the widows) ordering him to hand over all the loot to the poor. For there to be rich there must be poor where the rich have stolen.


  • Posted on February 12, 2014 at 12:44 pm

But in most successful cases I have been involved with, whether it was based on good or bad results, there was always a person or group that provided a frank discussion about potentially undesirable events. these might include the emergence of new competitors, reduced margins, reduced market share, stagnant revenue growth, little or no growth in income and other relevant evidence indicative of the deterioration in competitive position. Since there appears to be a universal and very human tendency to kill the bearer of bad news, companies tend to rely on advisors or consultants to provide the unpleasant information. The purpose of all this activity, in the words of a former CEO of a large European company is “making conservation of the situation seem more dangerous than to throw Unknown. ” Do not do: Do not create a sufficiently powerful coalition leadership. Often, most renewal programs began with only one or two people. In cases where the transformation plans are successful, leadership is growing more and more over time. However, in cases that do not reach a minimum threshold of transformation in the initial stages do not always get valuable results in the later stages. It is almost impossible to introduce a major change unless the leader of the organization to support it actively.

However, I mean something that goes much further. In the transformations are successful, top executives made a common commitment to achieving excellent results through the renovation. In my experience, this group never are all senior executives of the company, as some people do not want to adhere to this commitment, at least not at baseline.

Patagonia Defense Council

  • Posted on February 4, 2014 at 4:36 am

Chile cannot forget that the issue of water in the world will be strategic. We have in that area, in these regions, with the largest and cleanest on the planet water reserves. We put a value on it and preserve it points out. Finally, concerns that the Hidroaysen project, and all of intervention in Patagonia with dams and high tension towers associated, mean practically finish which are revenues, employment and generation of productive activities related to tourism in an area identified with one of the examples or the most visited places in everything that is Patagonia. In the background, Miguel Marquez explains that the major environmental problems of the planet and the country must address them from a look comprehensive and not exclusively in relation to the carbon footprint. If the topic is competitiveness for our resources so that they reach the European countries, or those to which we export, is not only the footprint of carbon, but under what conditions are the workers who are behind these products, in which conditions are the local communities and local resources, which may have to do with climate change or carbon footprint.

But they are greater complexities that require response from public policy and of the actors involved a little more sophisticated than that is now outlining explains. Look HidroelectricidadLa of the expert seminar represents a vision different from some specialists in energy that appeal to less regulation of the energy market and energy sources such as nuclear and mega dams. One of them is Maria de la Luz Domper, researcher of Instituto Libertad y Desarrollo (think tank of the UDI), who has publicly stated his support for HidroAysen (really need hydropower stations of Aysen to deal with the circumstances told El Diario Financiero earlier this year) and is detractora of the initiatives that seek the water becomes a national asset for public use with constitutional rank. Domper participated Thursday in the energy landscape and perspectives and development seminar of the Hydropower which organized the Multigremial, and accompanied him the former Executive Secretary of the Comision Nacional de Energia, Maria Isabel Gonzalez, who in a column in La Tercera pointed out that it is a myth that HidroAysen generate a reduction in the price of electricity in the Central interconnected system. Regardless of the Hidroaysen project, prices until 2020 are already set to 100% of the residential and small industrial consumers said on November 19, 2008. Journalist of the Civic Coalition lifetime Aysen Reserva de / Patagonia Defense Council. Involved in the sustainable development of the Region of Aysen, in Chilean Patagonia, and lately in opposition to dams that try to build in this territory.