In this Congress, according to BBC World, Clinton who questioned high levels of deforestation, especially in the Amazon rainforest, challenged Brazil to demonstrate that the development of biofuels does not imply deforestation in Brazil: If we accept the help to solve our problem (gas emissions) can worsen the problem with deforestation in Brazil, then what would earn? If Brazil shows that cultivating sugarcane does not destroy ecosystems have the support of everyone. The development of biofuels is not only accused of being responsible for the deforestation in the Amazon, but also responsibility for the increase in the price of agricultural commodity prices observed in 2008. In the case of Brazil, Lula commitment is to boost agricultural crops in a way such that the development of biofuels would not remove volume the first production. Robert Iger is open to suggestions. This objective is also covered in the program of economic momentum of Brazil. Beyond the criticism, the development of biofuels has other benefits not less for the stability of economies. It is a good alternative for countries to extend its energy matrix, through the development of bioelectricity, thus reducing high dependence on some source of energy in particular. In this sense, in an interesting article written for Reuters, Roberto Samora describes plans of Brazil in the field of bioelectricity.
Brazil aims to achieve at the end of the next decade that the sale of electricity from sugarcane products represent nearly 20% of the total produced by the sector of sugar and ethanol in Brazil. Translated this into money, this volume of production would mean about $50 billion as you risk forecast Carlos Silvestrin, consultant of the sugar cane industry Union (Unique). Undoubtedly, the ethanol market has a potential for huge development where you look. Also an important growth in the adaptation of its automotive fleet to bio-fuels, to the point of now having more than seven millions of flex fuel cars, allowing combustion with ethanol, gasoline or the mixture of both is succeeding in Brazil.
The city of Camaguey, founded according to tradition on February 2, 1514, is distinguished by the existence of beautiful colonial-style hotel facilities. In the commercial zone of the Central Republic street number 472 El Colon Hotel, refined newly remodeled installation excels among others. This architectural gem was built in 1926. The interior has works superb in precious woods, especially at the bar. Also highlights its design and meticulous decoration supplemented with the inclusion of natural elements. Camaguey hotel Colon, located in the historic centre of the former village, is between greater preference of foreign tourist accommodations, not only for the site where it was erected but also by the exquisite good taste and its excellent international cuisine.
It has 48 rooms with air conditioning, private bathroom, radio and TV by satellite, restaurant, cafeteria, bar, mail service, store, safe and Tourism Bureau. Very close to installing the visitors can access different tourist sites or historic interest in the well-known city of the Tinajones, among which are recognized Miseria (the closer of Cuba Street), alley cover, General Cemetery of Port au Prince (founded 1814) and several squares and churches. Through the Bureau of tourism of the Colon Hotel visitors can schedule tours by foot or pedicabs by the Camaguey, 550 kilometers east of Havana, because any automotive transport is not necessary to appreciate its charms, its winding streets and its centuries-old buildings. Camaguey was among the most important cities in the colonial period. To walk the streets of the old stately village churches can appreciate true architectural wonders of refined Baroque style, mainly.
Many more beautiful of Cuba, full of architectural treasures qualify it as one of the cities. A stay in the picturesque Plaza San Juan de Dios is comfortable with its cobbled streets surrounded by buildings of a plant painted vivid colors and a church magicos beside also restored building that was the headquarters of a former hospital. Worth a visit to the Museum Casa Natal of the Mayor, the Church of La Merced and its revered objects stored in the crypt, to the Plaza del Carmen, tinajones miniature, emblem of the region, can be purchased at the Ignacio Agramonte Park in various establishments in the city and even in the own Hotel Colon because the former villa was born out of the mudused in the manufacture of bricks that were erected the first homes and molded the tinajones, kind of Arabic jar of great size used to collect rain water, of which came into existence around 16 000 throughout the city in the early 20th century. The province (of greater extension of Cuba), also has its charms in its coasts, where the greater amount of cays and islets that make up the Cuban archipelago and more than 120 miles of beautiful beaches are located. Services and facilities the guest can receive in the Columbus hotel: air acondicionadoAlquiler’s Autosaparcamientobarburo of information Turisticaburo of taxisCalle very monedCocina historical internacionalEdificio restauradoFaxLobby barOficina of Correospeluqueria of Senorasrestaurantesala of Televisionse concurridCambio accept credit cards Visa and Mastercard (which are not issued by us banks) safety box at the medical Securitiesfolder in the hotel. On request 24 horasSeguridad 24 uniformed security staff Horastelefonia national and InternacionalTienda of souvenirs Ud can book at the Hotel Colon in original author and source of the article.
Dr.Economista Arturo Navarro of Deproimca, for his part says, that according to Augusto de la Torre, the Chief Economist for Latin America for the World Bank, Latin America, Venezuela would undoubtedly the main loser if the oil prices remain low, by the immense importance of oil in the economy “.” The thing can be very difficult, because there is a very high public spending pace and will not be easy politically to reduce public spending to adjust to a lower level of income ‘. David Zaslav will undoubtedly add to your understanding. “Also, a large part of Venezuelan economists, have been coinciding in Venezuela will be the Latin American country most hit by the recession. Scholars of the matter indicate that the country gets more than 90 per cent of their foreign income from oil, and the oil prices have fallen from a record of $146 barrel in July to around $70 barrel in this last week.If we are as close to the truth of the information provided by the company consultancy PFC Energy, with headquarters in Washington, which claims that Venezuela will need the oil price set at $97 barrel to balance their external balance of payments in 2009, the future of our country may be not very encouraging.There is no doubt that the situation and expectations for the near future force to reflect about our way of life., we should wrap us up to where it reaches the blanket, and that’s going to require certain sacrifices, starting by the National Executive. President Hugo Rafael Chavez has advanced programs of aid to Latin American countries and the Caribbean. I think at this moment, these programs should be reviewed, and trimmed, or temporarily suspended, until there is some certainty that the crisis has passed.