September 7, 2014
A report issued by the World Bank, the United Nations Food Organization FAO and the Economic Commission for America and the Caribbean Cepal indicates that Venezuela is the most polluting country in Latin America, emitting the highest amount of carbon dioxide in the region.
For the director of Ambiente Miranda, Evelyn Pallota, this problem can be solved when the National Government really invests the resources that come from the sale of oil in the innovation of new technologies for the generation of alternative, renewable and clean energies, as well as in the implementation of modern transportation systems that reduce the generation of these toxic gases.
He explained that one of the ways to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide in the country is by investing in the construction of wind and solar energy parks, as well as hydroelectric plants.
via They demand to invest in energy technologies to combat pollution – Caracas.
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