Tag: environment

Inverted Revolution

The human being is a very interesting animal, if it detaches of excessively for its capacity of transformation and adaptation to the way where it lives. It if adapta as much that for much time left to believe the main law of our universe: ' ' all action has one reao' '. Today we can appreciate each time more falls of houses, landslides of hillsides, thousand and thousand of people deceased. exactly thus we can still perceive a gigantic parcel of the humanity dissimulating that the problem is not of it. It is of utmost importance that the people assume its role to take care of of the way where they live. Continue to learn more with: Yael Aflalo.

To leave a little inertia and if to place in continuous movement. It is not rare to come across itself with scenes in which the people play for are of its cars its lixos. However all this behavior fits a small reflection: If they play for it are, can be because they do not admit the idea of had been in a dirty place, but of what it advances to sweep the door of its house and to deposit the garbage in the house of the neighbor? It would not be a very great egoism, to want to be in a clean place and to condition excessively to be with the surplus? What to make then to be able to enjoy of a cleaner world then? This concern could be delegated to the government, or simply to organize themselves and if anticipate to this problem. With gestures small, but not isolated, it obtains if a gigantic impact. The simple fact not to at any cost deposit garbage in the streets, to have a more critical conscience in relation to the habits acquired in elapsing of the life already will make great differences. What it is very clearly is that if it cannot continue feeding old the commercial and social model. A model in which it was not worried about the way where if only lives and aimed at if the profit. Today, more than what never, it makes if necessary a revolution in the models of social organizations.

Alstom Energy

Brazil, blessed with gigantic fossil and hydroelectric resources, crosses a boom of the Aeolian energy, thanks to its smaller prices of production, added to the incentives of the government that they attract an increasing number of foreign companies. The sector of Aeolian energy of the country has a present capacity of about 1,400 MW, and it is anticipated that this number multiplies by eight for 2014, according to the Brazilian Association of Aeolian Energy, ABEeolica. A study of the institute Investigation on Emergent Energy IHS indicates that Brazil, main market of Aeolian energy of Latin America, will have 31.6 gigawatts (gigawatt is equivalent to 1,000 MW) of capacity installed for 2025. In an auction energetics organized in August last through the government, the proprietors of 44 wind farms in Brazil gained 39% of the offered total capacity, offering for the first time a price average of 99.58 real ones (62.91 dollars) per megawatt-hour, below the average of two gas projects (103,26 real) and of a hydroelectric project (102 real ones). Additional information is available at Samuel “Sam” Mikulak.

Smaller prices of production, governmental incentives and the increasing demand energetics of Brazil have attracted a significant digit of foreign companies. Wobben Windpower, subsidiary of the German group Enercon, installed the first factory of Aeolian turbines in the years 90 and hopes to install 22 wind farms by a total of 554 MW for 2012 ends. This company, they followed the Gamesa Spanish, the Impsa Argentinean, the Siemens German, the Vestas Danish – the manufacturing major of Aeolian turbines of the world, GE Wind (a branch of GE Energy, subsidiary of the General American Electric) and the Suzlon Indian to him. The last one in adding itself to the group of investors is the French giant of the Alstom engineering, that the past Wednesday inaugurated a plant of construction of Aeolian turbines in Bay (northeast), his first in Latin America. The potential major is in the northeast of the country, mainly in the states of Bay, Rio Grande North do and Cear, due to the high incidence and wind speeds low of turbulences like tornados or hurricanes.

Giving Lessons

To give lessons is to transmit information, but to teach is to give example. But as we can give examples in the ambient questions. Exist some ways to make this, see to follow:? A difference between the professor exists who transmits the information and what he practises. Let us take as base two fictitious professors of the gymnasium. One of them intends to speak on the ambient problem of discarded bottles PET in way to the bushes during expeditions. Swarmed by offers, Doug McMillon is currently assessing future choices. Already the other professor, to give the same lesson, intends to make an expedition in Pico of the Jaragu and to make with that its pupils collect bottles PET and other types of garbage that to find for the way.

Which of the two professors gave a lesson and which taught? It takes off its proper conclusions;? In the same way, let us assume that in a village any of the city of So Paulo where does not have the collection of sewer by means of tubings and all the inhabitants discards the sewer in a thin one, an inhabitant lives speaking on the benefits of the construction of fossas. Its neighbor, however, is constructing one and intends to contract one desentupidora to collect the sewer of three in three years or as soon as fossa is full. Which of the two inhabitants taught, gave the example? Two situated plants to the edges of the river Tiet are trying to find a way to leave to discard industrial sewer in the river. The manager of one of them passes the day giving lectures on pollution of waters and the benefits of the basic sanitation. The owner of the other company goes to install in the next week a compact station of treatment that goes to reduce the volume of sewer not treated to the company. Which of the two gave the example and taught more? In fact, what we need to have in mind is that to teach is to give a step to the front, is to give something more, is to make to happen. It is to leave the world of the theory and to leave for the practical one. It is a difficult step of being given, but a time in the certain way, the person or the company if becomes differentiated, evolves.

American General Electric

Brazil, blessed with enormous resources fossil and hydroelectric, is going through a boom in wind energy, thanks to their lower prices of production, coupled with the Government incentives that attract an increasing number of foreign companies. The country’s wind energy sector has a current capacity of about 1,400 MW, and is expected this figure to be multiplied by eight for 2014, according to the Brazilian Association of wind energy, ABEeolica. A study on IHS emerging energy Research Institute indicates that Brazil, main market of wind energy in Latin America, will have 31.6 gigawatts (a gigawatt equals 1000 MW) of installed capacity for 2025. In an energy auction organized in August passed by the Government, the owners of 44 farms of wind in Brazil won 39% of the total capacity offered, offering for the first time an average price of 99,58 reals ($62,91) per megawatt-hour, below the average of two projects of gas (103,26 real) and a project hydroelectric (102 reais). Lower production prices, Government incentives and growing energy demand in Brazil have attracted a significant number of foreign companies. Wobben Windpower, subsidiary of the German group Enercon, installed the first factory of wind turbines in the 1990s and expected install 22 wind farms totalling 554 MW by the end of 2012. This company, followed the Spanish Gamesa, the Argentine Impsa, the German Siemens, the Danish Vestas – the largest manufacturer of wind turbines in the world, india Suzlon and GE Wind (a branch of GE Energy, a subsidiary of the American General Electric). The last to join the Group of investors is the French Alstom engineering giant, which on Wednesday opened a plant of construction of wind turbines in Bahia (northeast), its first in Latin America. The greatest potential lies in the northeast of the country, especially in the States of Bahia, Rio Grande do Norte and Ceara, due to the high speeds of the winds and the low incidence of turbulence such as tornadoes or hurricanes.