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Natural Desastres and Intelligence in Latinamerica

Abstract : In this communication it is analysed the state of the question of the territorial intelligence in Latin America specially related to the natural disasters clarifying that though the high frequency of catastrophic events would suppose a major determination of the different governments of the region for knowing these natural processes to mitigate the effects in the population and the infrastructures, still prevail there the economic interests that take politician and possible investors to keeping one nebulous with regard to the application of the multiple studies of technical personnel and scientist who exist on this topic. Still it gives the impression that for a wide sector of the population of Latin America. The simple mention of studies related to the catastrophes is considered to be an attempt on the development, and what is obtained finally, is that there are realized investments that can manage to get lost in the short term for lack of forecast. To settle this problem there appears the need to obtain a real communication among scientists, politicians and the citizenship in order that the future actions on the territory are consistent with the dynamic American nature.
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María Eugenia Petit-Breuilh Sepulveda. Natural Desastres and Intelligence in Latinamerica. In International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Oct 2007, Huelva, Spain. p. 575-578. ⟨halshs-00519887⟩



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