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Engineer Juan Carlos MonteroChapter National Water Authority (ANA) reported that Peru is ranked 13th in the ranking of the most vulnerable countries in terms of natural disasters. In this regard, he argued that a culture of prevention is necessary in order to resist Heavy rains, which have now caused landslides and floods in the country, have affected citizens.
“This is one of the things we need to prioritize as we move from an emergency to a culture of prevention. These images remind us of the everyday aspects that we faced many years ago. There are many facets that show us these aspects: the absence of law territorial structure on which the population develops all types of socio-economic activities”He stated on the show. no turns from RPP TV.
On the other hand, he argued that planning was necessary and that in Peru it “very nearsighted” And “You have to respect planning processes.”
“The reaction to these events should not be surprising at any time of the year. there is a lot of rain and it activates. Being short-sighted, we do not implement forward-looking management that thinks ahead,” he said.
He recalled that in 2017 the parish Coastal child phenomenon but there was no organization of three levels of government to carry out flood control investment work.
“The power of Mr. Reconstruction with changes what did you find? Practically several investment projects in the field of risk exploitation. He called on various actors, but there was no doubt the question of filling in the gaps – namely the question of prioritizing the ability to invest, to be able to recharge with energy – was isolated from the topic of planning”, said.
What to do before possible pollution of rivers?
Regarding the possible pollution of the Rimak River, he pointed out the need for an investment theme from an environmental point of view to prevent disasters, especially for those who live near the river.
“Look at this environmental health issue at strategic points that, together with a private company, can find progressive measures to reduce these gaps affecting the entire population itself,” he commented.
“Nature is dynamic, rules too, they are not a straitjacket, they have to contextualize the various vicissitudes that occur in the territory. We must seek alternatives, we must seek purpose through a culture of prevention,” he added.
I am Emma White and I currently work for Buna Times. My specialty is the politics section of the website, where I aim to provide readers with informative and engaging content on current events. In addition to my professional experience in journalism, I hold a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Princeton University.