5 de noviembre del 2000
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Roberto Gómez Bolaños
Roberto Gómez Bolaños
Roberto Gómez Bolaños,
creator of the now legendary 'Chavo del Ocho,' the poor Mexican boy who captured the hearts of Latin American audiences for decades, shares some of his concerns about the earth's natural resources with Tierramérica. One of Mexico's greatest comedians has a serious side when it comes to the problems affecting the world's environment.


1. If it were in your hands, which environmental problems would you solve first??
- Pollution, the uncontrolled logging of forests and water contamination.

2. Would you get rid of nuclear energy?
- First I would invent something better in order to be able to eradicate nuclear energy. For now it is useful and, despite the risks, it survives.

3. What practical measure would you recommend to conserve water?
- Water is a treasure. We could place a bucket under the showerhead while waiting for the water to heat up in order to use that water for something else.

4. Do you think the consumption of genetically modified foods is an issue that concerns only environmentalists and the transnationals?
- It concerns all of us. If we don't deal with it today, the bill will come tomorrow and the price will be too high.

5. How do you see the world we are leaving to our children?
- A world that still has time to save itself. We must heal our ecological wounds.




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