Environmentalist of the Year.
DIANA POMBO Pombo may refer to:
A city of eastern Cuba north-northwest of Santiago de Cuba. It is a commercial and transportation center. Population: 326,000.
Director, Instituto de Gestion Ambiental
ACHIEVEMENTS: Directed the Colombian Biodiversity biodiversity: see biological diversity.
Quantity of plant and animal species found in a given environment. Sometimes habitat diversity (the variety of places where organisms live) and genetic diversity (the variety of traits expressed Strategy, a diagnostic profile of the country's environment. Her opinion is key to drafting and implementing environmental policies, and she has spearheaded international accords on behalf of the Congress. She has also led Latin American networks American Network is cable/satellite television network. It broadcasts only American shows. Is part of Televisa Networks, as affiliate on Televisa. Programs broadcast by American Network
BACKGROUND: Pombo, 52, earned a post-graduate degree in urban sociology Urban sociology is the sociological study of social life and human interaction in metropolitan areas.
Like most areas of sociology, urban sociologists use statisticial analysis, observation, social theory, interviews, and other methods to study a range of topics, including in France and in environmental management in Germany. She is a consultant, founder of the Instituto de Gestion Ambiental and has held numerous posts at the Colombian environment ministry.
FUTURE: "I would love for create a network of local pharmaceutical factories supported by a multinational willing to work under conditions of equality, respect for the indigenous, farmers and black communities. Today, this is much more viable than it was 15 years ago."
MAIN CHALLENGE: Create the conditions for cooperative relationships between institutions from developed countries and Latin America Latin America, the Spanish-speaking, Portuguese-speaking, and French-speaking countries (except Canada) of North America, South America, Central America, and the West Indies. . "Today, there is a different attitude on the part of the indigenous to accept alliances and Western technological innovations. Free trade has made them look for alliances so they will not be so isolated."
INSIDER INFORMATION: "I admire the Brazilians because they have great managerial innovative capacity [in environmental terms]. Malaysia is another example because it defends cultural diversity and has managerial vision."