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Sustainable Development in Venezuela?

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Josmil Lopez

on 26 October 2014

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Transcript of Sustainable Development in Venezuela?

Sustainable Development in Venezuela
Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Brundtland Comission (1987)
To make today the world you want for your children
But is that happening in Venezuela?
Despite of being known by its
beautiful landscapes...
... By its women...
... And by its political environment
Venezuela is
currently known by its ecological practices...
But why?
Venezuela is currently facing one of the worst crisis in its history

And sustainability is not the priority for most of the population...
Because of the

Limited access to hard currency
Lack of private investment
Rocket-high inflation levels
Deteriorated education system
Complex social issues
Poor government management
Jobs or income
Nor freedom of speech
In a country where the majority lacks:
Could be impossible to think about sustainable development
But if the right measures are taken
We can build a better nation
Education is the key

And it can start from within each Venezuelan
Teaching values at home and practicing it everyday
Becoming an agent of change and getting involved with your community
Asking for government support to:
Make campaigns to develop awareness
Approve ecology-friendly projects
Encourage the private industry to collaborate
Combining forces and good will, we can become a sustainable developed country
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